The (not so) Little Book of Surprises
By Deirdre Hade and William Arntz
Photographs and images by Endre Balogh
Best described as eye and soul candy, The (not so) Little Book of Surprises is a combination of delicious photography coupled with thoughts and poems, some channeled and some not. From the creator of the popular film What the Bleep Do We Know!?, this oversized, glossy-paged, hardback book is inspirational, challenging, and beautiful.
One photo is of a woman doing a balancing act while holding a tray full of glasses on her forehead while standing on a board that is rolling on a cylindrical base. The words on this page say: “Being a modern-day mystic means bringing the divine into every mundane moment – washing the dishes, cleaning the clothes, paying the bills. Focus on bringing the Light into the mundane and you will learn how to be a great Master of Energy.”
One hundred and thirty-three such pages means a leisurely stroll through pictures and words that can befriend and enlighten on a daily basis. You’ll want to keep this close by during your day as well as sharing it with others.