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The God of Our Youth

The God of Our Youth

Readers frequently thank me for introducing them to artist Akiane Kramerik, whose work I featured in Unwitting Mystic. She epitomizes the exceptional, gracious insight and wisdom I see being ushered into the collective consciousness by today’s youth. She is the gentle Rumi of our day, evoking emotion and resonance so deeply divine one feels effortlessly transported to the meaning of God that we know but have misplaced in our distracted lives.

I am constantly inspired by Akiane’s poetry and paintings, and with her latest piece she does not disappoint. This is the quintessential story of the direction of humanity today and why we can rest in confidence that all is well in our world. All is very, very well.


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