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Walking Softly, Carrying a Big Heart!
Hunter's life motto is 'respect for differences.' Her writing seeks to create a dialogue that promotes understanding our shared humanity, as an alternative to discrimination and hate.
Hunter Liguore is an award-winning writer, professor, nature-empath, and historian with a life-long study in philosophy. Her work has been received internationally, including her diverse screenplay, Everylife, a 26-time global winner. Equanimity is part of the ‘Anthems’ podcast series produced in partnership with Broccoli/Sony Entertainment. Her children's book, The Whole World in Nan's Soup, is now available from YeeHoo Press; North Atlantic Books is publishing Hidden Warrior: The Gentle-Way Through Sun Tzu's Art of War, 2022. She's currently at work on her novel, The Mountain Hero, which focuses on loving-kindness in the wake of human trafficking and is forthcoming.
She is a gentle advocate for living in harmony with the natural world and with one another. When you support her work, you are partaking in an equal exchange that supports compassion and peace in the world. Additionally, she's pledged 1% of book sales to the preservation and restoration of urban wildlife and habit in her region.
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My effort in the world is to walk soft and gentle, especially after walking so many years harshly. To 'walk softly' implies both a gentle physical step that is present and aware, enough to observe the snail on my path, or to pass a fawn undisturbed; it is also an inward awareness of being gentle and soft in every thought, which then carries outward into every action.
So whether I'm writing, teaching, cooking, traveling, or speaking and engaging others, I'm doing so fully aware that I'm part of the compassion and peace possible in the world.
"[Every Piece is Sacred is] simply gripping—the type of understated horror that makes the blood run cold."
—Kristi P. Schooner, Editor, 34 Orchard
Pushcart Prize Nomination
Exists in the Light
"I write about the ugly, dark places that no one wants to go or look at, and I do it because my life experience has been informed by it. In my own evolution, as a person and a writer, I’ve come to understand it. To understand it—violence, darkness—is then to be able to dismantle it and translate it for others so it is not so scary—so that as a people we can get around it and past it. If I can, so can everyone.
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"My gift is to write about dark subjects truthfully, while also showing there’s hope. Even in the darkest times, there is always a glimmer of hope—and love, yes, it’s there. The secret of the darkness is that love is also coinciding."
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