LITTLE GIANT SUNS is Released
Maya Angelou once said, "There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you." Philip Pullman strengthens her statement by saying, "After nourishment, shelter and companionship, stories are the things we need most in the world." Now, Lincoln, a first-time author, follows the lead of these two well-known writers, Angelou and Pullman, and finally reveals his own empowering story that bespeaks spiritual evolution in his newly published book, titled Little Giant Suns.
"Several friends and associates kept saying it was time for the story to be told," admits Lincoln. "The book is designed to provide an example that says we do not have to be anything but ourselves no matter how different that may seem from our surroundings."
The book takes readers on Lincoln's personal journey around the world, across distance and time, through challenges, self-discovery, pain, love and liberation. Lincoln is a traveler seeking understanding of who he is and who people are. His book's goal is to show that people are not necessarily who they think they are or who they have become through trials and tribulations, dreams and expectations, affirming that everyone is amazing.
Although most of the accounts shared in the book talk about the usual drudgery of daily life, adventures in military service, and the ups and downs of growth and maturity, Lincoln discloses that the overall theme of his book is spiritual evolution in the here and now. He openly speaks of a spiritual awakening that he admits he is heralding in relation with the dawning of a new era in humankind through this modern information age.
"We are living in a time where the eternal questions are coming to the surface again. People are past the age of asking someone else to tell them what we are and what to think," states Lincoln. "We want to know through observation of the experience of our selves. As the old structure falls apart, the new are built on the awakened consciousness of the seeker, the curious."