Ima is a thinker. One morning she woke up, looked around, and thought she and her husband, Ike, were getting old and boring. He adhered to his strict routine and she wandered aimlessly until time to cook dinner. In an attempt to rejuvenate their relationship, and her life, she searched the internet and discovered drawing lessons that turned out to be more than just rubbing a pencil against a piece of paper. Within each lesson were secrets of ancient wisdom that guided her in unlocking hidden powers. Guided by a mentor, she learned how to embark on an adventure into making positive choices that were uplifting and life enhancing. By the end of the book, she knew she had metaphorically crossed over the bridge and created a beautiful picture on paper and within herself. Others in the story benefitted from her new awareness as may the readers of this book. For example, Ima’s baby sister, once depressed and suicidal, found the path to peace and pleasure that she had been missing in her life. Ima brought true joy back into her life and the lives of those around her as she proved that human beings already have everything they need. It is just a matter of
Drawing on Yourself.