I Asked Destiny to Make One for Me
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Written by Diego Orlandini over a decade of self-inquiry and illustrated with the artwork of world-renowned street artist Miles Toland, the poems in this book allude to the process of realization from the entrapment of our karmic cycle to the release of expectations and the freedom found in surrender.
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I Asked Destiny to Make One for Me is a collection of vignettes from the side of the road, prayers from under a bridge, and meditations. These poems allude to the process of realization in our human experience. From the entrapment of our karmic cycle to the understanding we are not our minds, the release of expectations, and the freedom found only in surrender.
Written over a decade of self-inquiry by Diego Orlandini and illustrated with the artwork of Miles Toland, this poetry book is full of symbolism to remind you that understanding takes time.
“Captivating, emotional, and uplifting. Everything I’ve been searching for.” – Joaquin Perierat.
|Dimensions||19.8 × 12.9 × 0.56 cm|