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Julian English was born in 2004 at Hutzel Women’s Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. Baby Julian was a ‘star’ at birth; he became the face of an advertising campaign for high-risk care at Hutzel. He is now a happy, growing young man with a winning smile and an engaging personality. He remains, and always will be, a star. Natasha ...

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October 23, 2016
Next Book ideas?
Natasha Moulton-Levy

What do you think we should write about for book ...Read More

December 14, 2016
Natasha Moulton-Levy
Thank you Sally. Those are great perspectives to share. I love them all but I especially love school and friendship. Julian and I will incorporate it into a book. We just need to find time to sit down and write one. Thank you for reading the book. I cannot wait for your grandchildren. I look forward to hearing what they have to say as well. Thank you and all the best to you as well. Natasha
December 4, 2016
Abe Sulfaro
Dear Julian and Natasha, It would be inspiring and meaningful to hear your (Julian's) perspectives on life, family, school, friendship and the very large world you've been exposed to thus far. The love and wonderful experiences from your travel have given you a broader view of humanity than most other people will ever have....especially young people your age. What does all this mean to you? I've read No Limits: No Boundaries! and love it. We're saving it for the grandchildren we might have someday. Keep on keepin' on, young man. All the best to you, Sally Sulfaro
October 27, 2016
Thinking Thoughts
Thomas Easley

If we are not in control of our minds, something, or someone else will be. ─ “I” is in the awareness of an absence of “I.” ─ Every debt has its master. ─ A lie is often more alluring than the truth. ─ Are reflections a form of ...Read More

November 13, 2016
Thomas Easley
Greetings dearest Sally... I have read, and reread, your kind regard with many thanks. There is very little we can do to change the world, to effect an alternate course in the flow of reality. As you son so beautifully illustrated, what we can do is effect a change in how we see reality, and what we see in it. It’s as if we are in a room with ten different designs painted on the walls and we have been focused on only one. What prevents us from focusing on three designs, on eight, or all ten at the same time? Only us, our self-image ─ that internal kingdom of mirrors which makes the world in our image. Those mirrors are for us to adjust, or not. And I do hope you will find Between Apes and Gods of benefit. Written more in layers, stacked one upon the other, which one must see through as pages are added, it is not an easy read. But it does examine the nature of human “consciousness” and what may become of what we understand that to be over time. With all my best, t
November 1, 2016
Abe Sulfaro
Written by Abe's editor/publisher/mother. Thomas, you channel from a place of deep and transcendent thought. Thank you for your writing! My son Abe, before he died, wrote, "People can create their own reality or let reality create them." Your first sentence above reminds me of that. Your book will be very valuable to me as I continue writing a book about the cycling of consciousness across time and lifespans. Sally Sulfaro

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