Question Everything

Overcoming Passivity in a Perilous World . . .

by Lisbeth Ann Williams


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£9.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 29/04/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 150
ISBN : 9781982224639

About the Book

Question Everything is a book written to challenge the status quo. While many people on the planet are already waking up to the many problems our world is facing today, this book is a wake-up call to those who are still asleep. It is a nudge to those who are aware but have not yet responded to the call. The author attempts to shed light on current practices by posing questions. Although she herself does not have the answers, it is meant to encourage the reader to begin asking his or her own questions and to keep questioning until answers begin to emerge. Nearly every major element of modern life is subjected to scrutiny, in hopes that a new paradigm will be brought forth, to lead us on a path of healing before it is too late.


About the Author

Throughout her lifetime, Lisbeth Ann Williams has educated herself by reading and taking courses about those subjects she has found compelling; but she believes that life itself, is our greatest teacher. She completed three years of study in The Science of Mind and also, a course from the Institute of Children’s Literature. Her love for gardening inspired her to become a certified Master Gardener and Master Naturalist. Lisbeth is passionate about protecting native flora, native fauna, and wetland habitats. She believes we can ensure the future of our planet through wisdom and the spreading of ideas like permaculture. She is currently enrolled in the Eckhart Tolle School of Awakening. Lisbeth has been writing poetry and short stories since high school. Her first writing success was a short story, My New Year’s Garden, which appeared in GreenPrints Winter 2002-03 issue. It was nominated for a Garden Globe Award. Her book, Swan Sanctuary’s Guide to Responsible Swan Stewardship, was self-published in 2015. She divides her time between writing, and caring for her winged and feathered friends.