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Mommy, Where Do My Thoughts Come From? Gary Gillett

Mommy, Where Do My Thoughts Come From?

Gary Gillett

Published November 23rd 2015
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Author Gary Gillett has come up with a series of books that explore consciousness from a childs point of view, or rather, SEVERAL childrens point of view, to help you build stronger relationships between you and your children. As you read to yourMoreAuthor Gary Gillett has come up with a series of books that explore consciousness from a childs point of view, or rather, SEVERAL childrens point of view, to help you build stronger relationships between you and your children. As you read to your child, you can examine your OWN feelings toward the subject and explore TOGETHER how you address emotional states, love, fear, God, and the idea of good and evil, as these children in the books look at the bigger picture of life.So, even when your children prefer video games, internet, television, and often mind-numbing pursuits of recreation, YOU can rest assured that when it comes time to connect to them, it will be EASY for you as you learn what makes them tick, and remind yourself how it was to be in their shoes, at one time. THIS book will empower you to empower THEM in their journey to become self-realized, loving, and empathetic human beings. Mommy, Where Do My Thoughts Come From?, a highly-anticipated 3-part series from Gary Gillett, the Amazon 5-Star author of This Boy Is About To Die: The Life, Death, and Life of Gary G. is NOW available as an e-book, and soon to be in hard-cover, as well!Let this book bridge the gap between the simple rote teachings of the educational system, and what your children may gather from their peers, and entertainment venues. Using examples of the fear, doubt, and need for acceptance ALL children face in their lives, to much deeper ones involving anger, marginalization, handicaps, and social strata, Gary has found a way to tap their psyches to enlighten all who read this 3-part series, and let the child see him or herself as fully-realized young humans with much to learn, and to TEACH US.From Chapter 8, The Silent World:I feel vibration, and enjoy listening to music through these vibrations. My parents and brother Craig can speak and hear because I became deaf from a disease I got when I was still a baby. They learned to sign along with me at the school, and we have no trouble communicating.At school, I also speak with sign language to my friends who can sign, but some don’t know how to sign.I feel out of place with them, and they, with me. Fortunately, I can write down my thoughts, but I wish they could understand me like they understand each other.I’ve noticed that because signing is what mama calls “conceptual language”, it isn’t bound by verbal language barriers, and can be more easily understood. It does seem less confusing than the spoken language I’m watching most of the time! I wish more people would learn it, so I could talk to more of them.From Chapter 9, On The PlaygroundI almost knew it when I said it. But, I said it anyway. Sometimes I get these thoughts and I wonder where they came from. Because later, I think that it wasnt a smart thing to say, or do. Then I feel bad, and it makes me sad. Why?I wonder if I should say something to the kids, or the boy. But I can’t. I’m just not able to. My whole body feels hot, and and frozen at the same time. I want to run. But I CAN’T.Now I’m angry at myself for not saying what I knew, instead of what was expected of me in that situation. But who expected it? The other kids? The teacher? Me? I think I felt a pressure to be right, and go along with what the other kids seemed to be feeling. But that was just a guess. I apologize to myself, and to God, and promise to be more careful in the future. What a rotten lesson to learn!From Chapter 10, LoraSometimes, it’s not fun not be able to play with my friends like I used to, and sometimes I want to cry when I sit at the window and watch them, but I think of how grate