Beginning with the hypothesis that happiness is intrinsically linked to freedom. The concept of happiness is reflected upon by delving into the political and economic structures we have created. Revealing the stark similarities between capitalism and imperialism. Once we realise this then we know the market will not provide.
“A collection of thought provoking vignettes, words cleverly weaved with meaning. The common thread is challenging the way we are and the world we live in, lamenting the loss of community and fairness, yet the enduring feeling is one of hope and optimism.
Read it, leave it, let it linger and it will beckon you for attention again and again. It won’t always make you smile, but it will make you think.” Kim Wingerei – Author, commentator and occasional poet
“For those who are worried, for those seeking comfort, for those who want change,
for those searching for hope, this book is for you. In a world that is divided, these poems will inspire and unite.” Sarah-Rose Mutch – Digital Marketer and aspiring poet