Burdha the Bard: Early Years Rob Nanook Natiuk

ISBN: 9781497405677

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122 pages


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Burdha the Bard: Early Years  by  Rob Nanook Natiuk

Burdha the Bard: Early Years by Rob Nanook Natiuk
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Fly with joy and youll fly faster than the swift of enthusiasm! How did Burdha come up with such insights when he began life as an ordinary eaglet, one who just about died from a broken wing? Welcome to an imaginative birds eye view of theMoreFly with joy and youll fly faster than the swift of enthusiasm!

How did Burdha come up with such insights when he began life as an ordinary eaglet, one who just about died from a broken wing? Welcome to an imaginative birds eye view of the world, life and true success. These stories, often humorous and sometimes sad, offer deep insights for all ages.

Intriguing question: Would Buddhas present reincarnation be a Bald Eagle? If so, that eagle might be called BURDHA THE BARD. These three books, beginning with EARLY YEARS, offer lively and smile-producing parable-stories of eagles, doves, chickadees, owls, sea gulls, vultures and sparrows. More than intriguing tales, they bring fresh insights to help us fly through life with greater grace and harmony. From an early age Billy-his name before the transformation-seeks to fill his burning inner quest for wisdom.

Billy faces some severe challenges-a broken wing and a fall to the forest floor. Abandonment by his parents, for there is nothing they can do for him. A head injury that leaves him strangely middle-birdbrained-or just plain weird. The human world offers him hope-and disasters. Freed at last, Billy faces freezing storms and winter starvation. But he has bird friends who help see him through. Yet, it is something within him that keeps him going-his spirit, wisdoms quest, and above all his humorous view of life.

As his wisdom increases, other birds call him Burdha the Wise. But he wont accept that honor-until a terrifying storm sends him toward lightning bolts. He appears to grasp one in his talons. In that moment he recognizes the presence of the Master Bird. After that, Billy accepts the name Burdha.

He now flies toward his destiny as the Wise Bard of the Bird World. Just a few of his sayings: Seek to experience the full joy of flying in this life, otherwise you cannot fly joyfully into the next life. We dance in the sky not because were joyful. Were joyful because we choose to dance, whether it is during a time of sorrow or laughter. If you cannot fly with joy in earths sky, how can you fly in heaven, which has a greater sky? Even the ugliest bird looks more handsome when he is joyful. To listen to your solitude is the flight of payer and praying on the wing.

Burdha is not always serious-he has a sharp wit, too. Do not stick your beak in another birds nest. The only difference between a manure pile and a garden is time and seeds. In that is wisdom for birds and humans. Every goose who flies behind the lead goose must have a sense of humor-or spruce sap in his nose. With Burdha the Bard, you can fly to a world high above your daily life, a world where wisdom and joy fill the sky and those who fly in it.

You will find insights throughout these books. Some will likely become an integral part of your spirit and lift up your joy for years to come. For, as Burdha said, There is no world as vast as the one beneath your crown feathers.



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