“Meeting where our petals touch doesn’t mean we will be best friends with every person we come across…it does mean we can love people perfectly no matter how different we think we are.”
Where Our Petals Touch is a beautiful book that shows how truly simple it is to love the people around us. Its concepts and ideas are perfectly depicted in every hand-painted illustration, and they are taught in a way that children and adults alike will love and understand.
Wildly received and celebrated as a brand new way to honor, respect and hold sacred the choices and beliefs of people that may be different from us in some way.
Here’s what people are saying:
“This is such a beautiful analogy for how to practice true acceptance of and respect for others. Imagine what kind of world we could live in if we all committed to meeting where our petals touch. Thank you xxx” -Lesa Savins
“What a terrific visual. You are very insightful.” -Anne Smith
“What a gift you have for clarifying complex ideas! I will take this with me. Thank you for sharing your talents and wisdom. God bless you. I pray that our petals may touch someday.” -Londa Clark
“It wasn’t until I read this that I realized in order to be loved I was trying to make all my petals be identical to all the petals of the other person I loved. I also held a subconscious expectation that my besties had all the same petals as me. But they don’t. It’s impossible for someone to have the exact same petals as me and reading your post reminded me to validate, honor, treasure and hold near and dear the petals in me that are different from my best friends. I usually honor and treasure other people’s petals but giving myself that same love hasn’t always been easy. Thanks for this great insight and I LOVE the visuals.” -Dana da Ponte