I want to tell you that obstacles can open doors to freedom.

Challenges can push us to master our superpowers.


Thank you Ayn Cates Sullivan of Wisdom of the Ages, and Super Power Experts for showcasing The Improbable Wonders of Moojie Littleman  (CLICK FOR BLOG)

Show: Wisdom of the Ages with Ayn Cates Sullivan
Episode: Wonder꞉ Restoring Faith in Miracles – Robin Gregory
Do you believe that miracles come in the most surprising ways?
In this episode of Wisdom of the Ages, host Ayn Cates Sullivan talks about Robin Gregory’s book called The Improbable Wonders of Moojie Littleman. The novel brings hope to the planet and helps us establish union with the higher power. Robin’s book shares a very important lesson about encountering people with disabilities, and that is that all of us have super powers, though some of us may appear a little different than the rest. Join Ayn in today’s episode to restore your faith in miracles.
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Magical Realism That Drowns Us in Dark Beauty Then Resurrects Us

Book Summary


It’s the early 1900s in Western America. Hamburgers, air machines, and vacuum sweepers have just been discovered. Racism and bigotry plague the Valley of Sorrows following the Native Relocation Act and the influx of foreign immigrants. When Moojie Littleman is abandoned by his adoptive father…READ MORE

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