Poet Escapes Suicidal Urges And Depression And Shares Words That Healed His Heart In New Book Two Butterflies And A Bee

Top Quote Two Butterflies And A Bee is Subtitled How To Stop Feeling Like Crap and The Book hopes to Offer Hope and Healing To Hurting Hearts. A product of a deep, personal crisis in the life of the author, he now hopes to use those experiences to help others. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) October 11, 2022 - Artist, Poet and Entrepreneur, Praise, is launching his new book titled Two Butterflies And A Bee.

    Also Subtitled as How to Stop Feeling Like Crap, The Collection features words, artworks and musings that he claims were essential to pulling him out of a dark place. He now hopes to share and infect others who may be struggling with depression, going through a dark place and finding meaning in their life with the newfound sense of a meaning to life that he has discovered.

    With memorable and powerful one liners such as “The King is Still the King even when dressed in rags; he just has to remember he’s not supposed to be dressed in rags”, along with timeless and entrancing artworks to create a certain aesthetic sensibility and mood, the book is a relative novelty in today’s market.

    According to him “Butterflies come out of caterpillars. Most people, If not everyone, would say butterflies are beautiful but that beauty comes out of a caterpillar that most would term ugly. Bees sting those who visit their hive for honey, but the sweetness of the honey makes up for the stinging. This is why I used both Insects here to symbolize the process of healing. Life breaks all of us but not all of us stay in a broken place. I do not claim to have a perfect life now, I just claim to no longer spend my days wallowing in helplessness and emptiness and this helped me get there.”

    Two Butterflies And A Bee clocks in at less than 170 pages and is an easy read. It will be available in all major online bookstores from October 13th, 2022.

    Praise was involved in collaborative work with writers, designers and other creatives before having Self-described "rich inner experiences" that changed his worldview and now serves as the foundation for all his creative work.

    Having suffered from depression, suicidal urges and a constant anxiety for most part of his adolescent and adult life, he now uses those experiences as a background to create "safe spaces and worlds" for others going through what he went through and to create a "place of escape from life's harshness" through his work.

    He believes his life's "call" to be To add Beauty and Splendor to the culture through his arts and businesses and he is actively engaged in realizing this calling. You can engage with him on Social Media ( @ ) therealglitterkid on Instagram and ( @ ) theglitterkid on Twitter.

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