“Time Ripples: A Gift Of Love” was recently released by Robert Wellington, as he looks to address many of the issues and circumstances encountered by millions of people across the globe during their daily journeys. The book grants readers access to the ideas, thoughts, and inspirations that occurred to the author during meditation and prayer over many years.
Millions of people across the globe go through several challenges thrown at them by life and while some have been able to effectively overcome these challenges without causing any significant negative effect; many others have struggled to live a relatively stress-free life, which often makes it difficult to live a healthy, happy life. Unfortunately, many of the self-help books and guides have not been able to help the situation. However, Robert H. Wellington is looking to be of help in this situation with the release of his book titled “Time Ripples: A Gift Of Love.”
Described as “a gift of love for those who find their way to its pages,” Time Ripples uses poetry, prose and essay to deal with many of life’s gifts and challenges. Ultimately, the book serves as a friend to help readers weave their way through the realities of life. The poems and essays in the book can be used by the reader, along with their own inspirations, to find a place of peace within, reminding them of their intimate and critical place in God’s created cosmos.
Robert also aims to show how important humans are to the ever-expanding tapestry of creation.
“Time Ripples: A Gift Of Love” is currently available on Amazon in different formats to suit the diverse needs of readers.
About Robert H. Wellington
Robert H. Wellington is an author and poet that sees his writings as a journey and hopes they resonate with those who might find them. The father, grandfather, husband of more than 40 years, brother and friend is dedicating to sharing his life-changing and inspirational experiences with millions of people across the globe, a goal he has done well to achieve with his writings.
The author loves to escape in nature. As he puts it, “Here one can most easily interact with and touch the threads of reality. Here we can see God’s loom, endlessly weaving together the dynamics of creation and the peace of infinite potential.”