Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) September 05, 2013
William Colwell is all about paradise. The author of the books Be Somebody and Swimming with Gandhi and Einstein believes we can all rediscover paradise. Its the paradise we enjoyed (or perhaps didn't get enough of) when we were children.
His web site ParadiseChild.com is dedicated to people reawakening to their own inner paradise child and all the happiness, peace and well being that go along with it.
"A poignant and extensively examined reflection upon eternal questions." Midwest Book Review.
But there’s a second ParadiseChild he wants us to know about. The campaign Feed Your Mind and Soul & Feed a Child seeks to feed acutely malnourished children and help them rediscover their paradise of play. After all, play and fun are a luxury to these little ones because of their day to day struggle to simply survive.
3 steps to discovering, giving and sharing paradise:
1. Feed your mind and soul: Through his books Colwell takes readers on a light-hearted journey through the nature of reality toward a paradise state of mind. Far more than mere personal development readers can discover that there is no world, as they know it, outside of their minds! This naturally leads to greater clarity of mind and well being.
2. Feed a child: When the books are purchased, a donation is made on the purchaser's behalf to Edesia the manufacturer of “PlumpyNut” (as seen on 60 minutes). PlumpyNut can bring acutely malnourished children back to health in just 7 weeks!
3. Paradise shared: As readers share their newfound paradise state of mind with friends on social websites the potential to feed as many children as possible increases exponentially.
“I was watching 60 minutes one evening,” Colwell says. "I was truly amazed by an ultra-nutritious food called PlumpyNut and how its been helping children in need. Right then and there I knew I wanted to get involved. I wanted to give back to starving children the opportunity to enjoy their childhood and rediscover their own paradise of play.”
ParadiseChild.com makes the claim that paradise is not actually a place and that the true geography of paradise is the present moment. Apparently, there’s an abundance of good feelings awaiting us there if we can simply dwell in those present moments as much as possible. This reawakens our inner paradise child and rewards us with a happier more fulfilling life.
The smiles and the active play of the children who are brought back to health through PlumpyNut seem to be a testament to that. Colwell may be onto something with the notion that this world can be transformed into paradise; one person, one mind, one heart at a time.
Be Somebody and Swimming with Gandhi and Einstein are published by True Flight Publications and printed in the USA. For more information visit http://www.paradisechild.com