I have recently become acquainted with Herbert Mabonga, the Chairman of the Initiative for Helping needy Elderly and Orphans (IHEO) in Uganda. They are presently trying to increase their inventory of livestock so that they can serve more of the very old and very young who are in dire need.
What is most extraordinary about them is that they are trying to provide people with ways to become self-supporting, at least at a subsistence level. This short video (less than 5 minutes) sends a very powerful message to the world about what they’re doing.
You can contact them at: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a brief excerpt from an interview I did with Mary Adams on Co-Creator Radio. This segment deals with how I came to write When Gulls Fly Low, and why. It ends with my answer to her questions about forgiveness. Many people have seen the book as a class in forgiveness, even…
“I don’t recall the last time I was reading a book that I literally could not put down until completing it, until I got “When Gulls Fly Low”. This work is so well written, with a story that will have you turning each page, eager to see what the characters will experience next. The ending I expect will have you wiping tears of joy from your eyes as a result of it’s beauty, as I did mine. A treasure to read and re-read.”
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“I could not stop reading, and the more I read, the more I could not stop crying. This book is such a wonderful gift to mankind. It is so inspiring, touching without being sentimental–clear, honouring truth and the highest traits in human beings, as well as the deepest reasons for…
A Review of When Gulls Fly Low? A novel by Ned B. Johnson This extraordinary book is a love story and much more. It delves into metaphysics, lucid dreaming, and personal transformation through spiritual growth. When Gulls Fly Low? is a brilliant, eclectic read that seeks to awaken the sleeping wisdom within us.…