(Encinitas, CA – October 30, 2018) As the brilliant physicist Albert Einstein once remarked, “No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.” At this time of intense political polarity and anxiety regarding a variety of global challenges – nuclear proliferation, environmental degradation, attacks on fundamental human rights – a new book by author Daniel Bruce Levin offers a simple yet profound tale that reminds us that a new level of consciousness really is attainable, and that each and every one of us has a role to play in making this possible. Levin’s new book, “The Mosaic” (Waterside Press – May 2018) is a poetic tale of a young man and his journey in search of meaning and understanding. Like Paulo Coelho’s beloved bestseller “The Alchemist,” it’s an engaging story that opens the reader’s eyes and mind and transforms the way they see the world.
Like young Mo, the story’s protagonist, author Daniel Bruce Levin’s life has been one of eclectic experiences, both spiritual and professional, in pursuit of greater meaning and connection. Like Mo, Levin also lost his mother and father on the same day, two years apart, which propelled his lifelong search for greater meaning. At an early age, Levin walked away from an opportunity run a nationally known business. Instead, he chose to begin his global journey in search of happiness and inner peace. He studied to be ordained as a Rabbi and lived for ten years in a monastery. Offered the opportunity to combine his passion for spiritual inspiration with his business skills, Levin served played a key role in the growth of Hay House, the New Thought publishing firm founded by beloved author Louise Hay, whose bestselling authors include Wayne Dyer and other internationally known thought leaders. As the publishing firm’s Director of Business Development, Levin took the company from $3 million in annual revenue to major success in the publishing world, with revenues of $100 million per year.
Daniel Bruce Levin says that the journey described in “The Mosaic” is not his unique story, but one that he believes everyone can appreciate – as we are all searching for connection with others and an opportunity to add our voice to a greater conversation. Much like the characters or archetypes that young Mo meets along his journey – The Road Worker, The Street Artist, The Gardener, and so on – Levin believes that each and every one of us is an essential part of life’s “mosaic.”
Praise for “The Mosaic”
“In The Mosaic, Daniel Levin captures the essence of the human condition in a delightful parable that will entertain, enlighten, and touch the hearts of all who read it. This simple and enjoyable story is a new adventure for all of us who desire to connect with and trust more of what is the same within us all.” — Rev. Dr. Iyanla Van Zant, New York Times best-selling author, Host of “Iyanla: Fix My Life” (O.W.N.)
“It is rare that a story today qualifies for the true meaning of a fable but this one does. Like Aesop’s Fables, The Mosaic contains one wisdom lesson after another told by characters – some of whom dwell in this world and others in the next. A fun read.” – Carolyn Myss, New York Times best-selling author
“The Mosaic is a stunning, powerful, timely and magnificent book. The Juiceman … Road Warrior … the Traveler … the Street Artist … the characters, archetypes, and metaphors within this brilliant fable are intoxicating, mesmerizing, and heart expanding. Daniel Levin provides deeper messages through the ‘back door’ of our own consciousness, resulting in subtle and precious heart-warming take-aways. Highly recommended.” – Arielle Ford with Brian Hilliard, Best-selling author, relationship expert and leading personality in the Self Growth Movement
About the Author: Daniel Bruce Levin
Daniel Bruce Levin walked away from an opportunity to run a business that was a household name in order to hitchhike around the world to find happiness and inner peace. The people he met along his journey remind him a lot of the characters in The Mosaic. For most of his life, Levin felt different. He saw things others did not see and thought in ways that were unlike the ways of his peers. It made him feel alone and isolated, and though he knew how to play the game and interact with others well, he never felt he was the same as them. This all changed when he started to work with leaders seeking innovation. Suddenly, it was his ability to see differently that made him a sought-after commodity.
Levin, a connectivity expert and business leader, works with governmental organizations, corporations and businesses to improve how people treat themselves and each other. Sharing a message of unification, he is a popular speaker for groups whose focus is on problem-solving, innovation and conflict resolution. He is married to the woman of his dreams and is the lucky father of a beautiful special needs daughter, a fun-loving stepson, a brilliant stepdaughter and a very needy Golden Retriever. Daniel Bruce Levin and his family live near San Diego, California, three blocks from the ocean and he feels blessed to be alive.
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