Who Knows Where Butterflies Die is a timeless story of the human spirit's desire for freedom "We're made to believe that learning the alphabet or chemistry and mathematics and this and that is more important than learning how to act like humans. Yet, believe it or not, it's humanity that would save the world. Humanity is what prevents revolution and war. Humanity is what prevents tyranny, famine, mass killing, and torturing one another. It's sad to know that external forces are leading people to lose the respect and understanding they used to have towards each other. "With the never-ending invention of newer technologies, I feel that the world has fallen into a race to turn people to robots. Everyone seems to be in a competition to show off the latest gadgets in their hands, but they hide the quality of their hearts in their chests. With all the new developments that are pushing us into a deeper isolation, I don't know where we're headed. I just know that that's what's leading us to a gradual, global self-destruction in many ways." -Excerpt from Who Knows Where Butterflies Die Praise for Who Knows Where Butterflies Die "An important and powerful story that brings awareness to the pain and devastation innocent families experience when mired in a homeland full of oppression, war, and revolution." -Brock Tully, inspirational speaker and author of 9 books, including The Great Gift "Who Knows Where Butterflies Die ... It's a must read. It inspires us to take responsibility for the world we are creating by our action and inaction." -Ted Kuntz, educational speaker and author of 4 books, including Peace Begins with Me
iUniverse. 2014. ISBN: 9781491726327,1491726326. 318 pages.
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