Book Review: The Rainbow Bridge

The Rainbow Bridge: Bridge to Inner Peace and to World PeaceThe Rainbow Bridge: Bridge to Inner Peace and to World Peace by Brent N. Hunter
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I have always heard of the Rainbow Bridge poem for dearly departed pets; I have a few who have crossed myself, and have no doubt they will be waiting for me, wet nosed and butt wiggling. However, until recently, I had never heard the rainbow bridge in any other context.

I was pleasantly surprised to read that Mr. Hunter has a much broader application. Thought I fully admit to being too cynical to buy all of it, I appreciate the hope that it embodies, and the advocacy of personal betterment and acceptance of the beauty and humanity of every soul. I really appreciated the devotional, personal nature of this book, but fully admit my shortcomings in the belief that it would work on a global scale. I hope I’m wrong. Honestly, and this is coming from someone who hates being wrong. Perhaps though, eventually, a global rainbow bridge movement will gain traction. I’m just a little suspicious of the UN and their ability to propagate that movement. I still think it’s a valuable book to read for anyone looking for some basic, human self empowerment.

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