In celebration of Tomorrow Trust’s 10th year, we have launched a book written by Brent Feinberg, that captivates audiences through a boy named Freddie and his magical story. Freddie who lives in a magical forest, becomes entangled in an old spiders web which is symbolic of his fears. The story then takes you on a journey as he meets a giant friendly spider – Mr Cotton. Mr Cotton teaches him to release his fear and weave a web of his dreams.
The Book is done in a style that helps children and adults gain insight into their own lives through a charismatic, magical story. The book is filled with simple methods of self-inquiry also placing value on the environment. This book as been endorsed by the renowned Philosopher; Author – New York Times and International Best Seller, Deepak Chopra and Business Magnate and Philanthropist, Russell Simmons.
To complement this book we have a fun and interactive activity book for children under the age of 12 years and a workbook for children who are 12 years and above. If you would like to support the work of Tomorrow Trust and purchase this workbook at R199, please place your order on the “order now” tab.
To read more about the author, please visit his website : http://www.lighthealing279.com/
70% of all profits will go to educating orphan and /or vulnerable children/youth supported by Tomorrow.
This workbook is a tool to apply the lessons of Freeing Freddie. This workbook will help you to let go of your fears and realise your dreams.
If you would like to support the work of Tomorrow Trust and purchase this workbook at R220, please place your order on the “order now” tab.
This funfilled activity book will help you to let go of your fears and realise your dreams.
If you would like to support the work of Tomorrow Trust and purchase this workbook at R199, please place your order on the “order now” tab.
This book is an opportunity to hear the dreams, visions and wishes of our youth. The question is what are we doing about real problems in the world today? What actions will generations truly appreciate and judge you by? What changes will your actions and choices make? Drawing “wisdom from celebrities such as Anthony Hopkins, Russell Simmons, Fran Drescher and Hugh Masekela (to name a few) this book asks us to hear the voices of our youth, and make choices that will positively impact their lives, their world and future. Focused on conversations surrounding the challenges facing our youth, “Raising Wisdom” asks us what we will impress and deliver for our children. Introduction written by Professor Mervyn King and Foreword written by Sir Anthony Hopkins.
If you would like to support the work of Tomorrow Trust and purchase this book at R195, please place your order on the “order now” tab.
This book is a beautiful dedication to the spirit of love that sustains us through our mothers. Kim Normand Feinberg has written an important and extraordinary book that will arouse authentic compassion and healing from the depths of your soul. Women infected with HIV/AIDS have come forward with courage to take a stand against a disease that no one wants to expose and talk about due to the stigma that it carries.
It is about the extraordinary bond between a mother and a child. It deals with what a mother and a woman represents both to her family and to society as a whole. It shows the extent that a mother will go to, to ensure the safety, security and wellbeing of her child no matter what her circumstances are. It emphasizes the concerns that she harbours. In this book you will share the dreams, wishes and messages of mothers to their children and the world. You will transcend into the real-life experiences of mothers and their battle with a disease and learn how they sustained and nurtured themselves in the face of seeming hopelessness and desperation – this book is an inspiration for all of us and teaches us about hope and love no matter what problems we face daily.
If you would like to support the work of Tomorrow Trust and purchase the book at R260, please place your order on the “order now” tab.
This book is a glimpse into the lives of children who have been orphaned by HIV/AIDS. It is a window into the world of orphans and vulnerable children that indicate the challenges they face daily. The book is a collection of interviews conducted orally that asks probing and intimate questions about their lives. The children gave of themselves in an open and honest manner allowing us the opportunity to share in their thoughts and dreams. They are inspirational and heart warming. They put our lives into perspective and clarify our priorities. The children had the opportunity to speak and share, sometimes for the first time, of their innermost feelings. They tell of their experiences in their own words in their own unique way.