‘How to Feel’ Preface

Knowledge has two facets.  There is knowledge about basic stuff in life. For a child, it was how to tie your shoe or ride a bicycle.  For an adult it’s how to drive a car or get a job.  Then there is another kind of knowledge.  The kind we start learning as a baby, but we have no teacher, for we learn this knowledge by experiencing it.

So, this book (collection of posts) is not really going to tell you anything that you don’t already know.  Yet, it will lead you hopefully, to a soulful experience.  One, you can write (and post) about and remember, so that you will never forget.  Begin, by taking a deep breath, hold then release.  Then turn the page (read my next post).  It is time to begin this inward adventure by knowing how to start.

About Karen Lee

Karen Lee Chow (1955 - 2017) was a full-time mother, artist, and poet, a very special person in many ways. She wrote a journal book of poetry called “How to Feel – Take a Special Spiritual Journey into Thoughts and Feelings” published in 2002 by 1st Books Library. With her book, she wanted to touch others in the same way. Karen didn’t expect everyone to agree with what she had found in the deep recess of her heart, her soul, but she hoped others would hear her out and take their own journey with her. This book is being posted for all to read.
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One Response to ‘How to Feel’ Preface

  1. Wendy says:

    All posts by Karen Lee transcribed from her book with the following author autograph:

    To Wendy
    May your light always shice
    Love you, sis. Karen L Chow

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