Second Rule of Ten
By Guy Hendrick and Tinker Lindsay
A Hay House Publication
Some books we read for simple pleasure, some for the message they share. “Second Rule of Ten” has both, a mystery and life message for any age.
Ten’s second rule continues the story of Tenzing and his cat “Tank”. He shares his thoughts and fears and what photographers refer to as Venus’ Girdle or the hour of the Seventh Ray, the color of new beginnings – the violet (not purple) band of light at the end of the day. New moons bring on new beginnings and Ten finds one with his father after many years of resentment.
He struggles with “Unconscious beliefs” where we assume we know what you are going to say and do and attempts to “mentally rearrange fragments of insight . . . into a new quilt of understanding”. His friends in Tibet help him evaluate what is really important and brings him to a path of forgiveness.
This is a wonderful series of love and hate, joy and sorrow, and Authors Guy Hendricks and Tinker Lindsay remind us “we are all as one, in joy and in grief, in love and in loss”. David Michie, author of Dalai Lama’s Cat highly recommended Ten’s Second Rule. I completely agree and look forward to the 3rd.
FTC Disclosure: I received this book for free from Hay House Publishing for this review. The opinion in this review is unbiased and reflects my honest judgment of the product that I read in its entirety.