After reading your book, I came away with many thoughts and feelings I wanted to share. I was able to relate to so many of the things you went through and felt.
•I love the respect you had for your parents, always wanting to make them proud. I too still feel that way and I’m a man in my thirties.
•I love your sense of respect and integrity you maintained throughout your life no matter what you were going through.
•I love how you still sing to the animals, especially at the Humane Society in the dog kennels.
•I cried throughout the chapter about when you had to do phone sex to survive and pay your bills, especially the story of Ricky the slave. I felt you saved his life.
•I loved your early age awareness of your connection to Divine Spirit and the blue star.
•I loved how you wanted to wait to have sex till the right one came along. That touched home with me too. This was authentic to me as you were waiting for true love, real love. I
•I felt elated when you listened to that inner voice and didn’t sign those two contracts when you were in show business. Human spirit doesn’t want to be enslaved.
•I feel you have been blessed to have such a supportive and full life. Lots of happy times as well as some very real hard times.
•The character development of yourself made it so much more touching when your parents passed away.
•Abandoned in Search of Rainbows touched me in so many ways that it has given me a new sense of hope in my life. Mahalo for putting yourself out there like you did to help so many others.