Title: Blessed Are The Weird
Author: Jacob Nordby
Publisher: Manifesto Publishing
Blessed are the Weird is Jacob Nordby’s manifesto for creative souls, for those who’ve always known they were different. The rare birds. The eccentrics.
Those who march to the beat of their own heart. Those who aren’t apt to play the reindeer games - and might be sent to the Island of Misfits were they toys.
But they now have a place where they can stand out and fit in at the same time.
You might belong in Jacob’s ”Blessed Weird Tribe” if you fall into any of the following categories:
The book is an expansion of Jacob’s poem that became a viral phenomenon. It’s a call to live a more soulful existence, follow your unique call, and be a part of the new renaissance.
He offers a bold new definition of success in the modern era:
“The only success now is living and creating a work-of-art life: unique, rich with meaning, naked of anything we don’t care about, and ruthless about carving out something absolutely real from a world that has gorged itself on fakeness and become critically ill from it. The only failure now is pulling back from that quest because of fear.”
Jacob Nordby is a gifted writer who knows how to engage his readers. He is author of Divine Arsonist – A Tale of Awakening, and Blessed Are the Weird – A Manifesto for Creatives. His work has been featured in compilation books with Bernie Siegal, James Van Praagh, Lisa McCourt, Jack Canfield, and others. He is founder and teacher of Creative UnBootcamp – A Course for Writers… and those who want to be.
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