Christina St Clair, born and raised in England, has been a shop girl in London, an au-pair in Paris, a chemist in Pittsburgh, a pastor/spiritual director in Kentucky. She is the writer of several published novels that include supernatural fantasies and multicultural biographies.
Seven reflections, written by a Christian minister and spiritual director, who is also steeped in the Eastern practice of Reiki healing, attempt to plumb the depths of spiritual wisdom from a universal perspective. They include much Christian thought from the personal viewpoint of a woman, a nod to the Hindi wisdom of Ganesh, and some Buddhist teachings from Thich Nhat Hanh.
Ziggy was a dog rescued from the pound. This may at first seem to be a sad story but it is a true story about miraculous healing. Ziggy was healed of a life-threatening condition, and his owner was granted years of companionship along with many lessons about living fully. It is an exploration of grief but also chronicles the awesome power of love.