Originally being written as stories for his teenage and younger children, Whispering Winds is an inspirational book suitable for all the family.
A book about a young Native American and his wolf companion it is a story of many stories all centering about physical and spiritual journeys alike.
Whispering Winds gently got up and walked towards her. Taking her gently by the hand he led her to the swing chair in the corner of the porch. Gesturing for her to sit down he watched her settle into the soft cushions before he gracefully lowered himself down and sat crossed legged on the porch decking before her.
“I really am sorry,” Rebecca continued without need of prompting. “I don’t know what came over me.” She looked at the young listener before her.
“I mean I know it isn’t God’s fault. I did this to myself. But I feel so helpless and I don’t know what to do.” Her eyes began to glisten as the tears started once more. But they were more gently this time, not in desperation or anger or pain but almost as if they were washing a pathway for her words, her thoughts to come out.
“I just never once thought I would have a baby. I am only 14 for God’s sake. I am too young to be a mother. I just wanted to be held. To be loved, to feel valued, wanted, special you know? Again she looked at the attentive friend. Somehow needing, wanting him to reach out to her and hold her saying, “It is ok, I understand.”