Born in 1956 to emigrant parents from Norway, Randi was raised on a cattle ranch near a remote logging community in north-central British Columbia. An expert at contemplation and cloud-watching, she began to pursue her degree in English with emphasis on faith, human psychology and the exploration of various philosophical perspectives.
Attempting to inspire others to unite and challenge political policy, Randi became an active freelance writer as advocate for those living marginalized lives. Also, fascinated by the intellectual concepts of free will, God’s will and genetics, she wrote her first manuscript in 1993 called God’s Barbie Dolls.
Following a debilitating car accident in 2005, six days before her marriage, Randi clung to a growing faith promising good things in all things. Since all she could do was pick up a pen she began writing Reaching Our Greater Destiny and several award winning poems. It is Randi’s intention to impassion the hearts and minds of everyone to commit to the nobler cause of honoring life, all life, beginning with our own. She writes, “When we first create peace within ourselves, world peace is not only possible it is already on its way.”
Reflecting on the words of Paul Henry Thiry D’Holbach, The System of Nature (1770), “The enlightened man…is capable of pursuing his own happiness…and not to take that for truth upon the authority of others,” Randi Done responds with, “We must learn to trust in our own truth shivers, our sense of inner-knowingness—our God stuff! When we do, we begin reaching our greater destiny.”
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Reaching Our Greater Destiny
by Randi Done
Price: $4.99 USD. 26170 words.
Published on March 8, 2010. Nonfiction.
Reaching Our Greater Destiny is hugely inspirational. Comprised of literary non-fiction essays and award winning poems, it is about personal recovery. When we embark upon a healing journey of spiritual renewal, we reach higher consciousness with God and Self. As we place complete reliance upon intuitive guidance, we know harmony with the spirit of loving-kindness.
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