PR Log - Feb 03, 2013 - The new, uplifting novel by Tia Salingre-Williams, The Lapponia Scriptures, takes place in a mystical place up north, Lapland. The author admits that she has got spiritual advice from her departed relatives. Already, as a teenager, Tia noticed she wasn’t quite normal. This visionary was interested in life’s big questions: What is the meaning of our life or what is the significance of our illnesses?
Tia had painful arthritis, but still her passed grandmother insisted her to write a book. On the day Tia gave in and decided to try writing, her hands were miraculously healed. The author says all disease cannot be cured.
“Many times if we find a cure for one disease, up pops another one. This is the way it has been and always will be.”
Tia Salingre-Williams invites everybody to meditate and pray. “There is a force in each one of us, a force that never gives up on us and is always on our side.”
Ever since Tia was a little girl, she knew that life continues, that our life is a school and that we have to go from class to class before we can graduate and receive our diploma. “We learn from all our mistakes, and when we know this, we try to make sure we don’t repeat them again.”
Many times we ask, “Why is one person’s life harder than others?” Ms. Tia Salingre-Williams has been told from the other side that life is not unfair and everything has its own reason and purpose. “We ourselves have chosen our own road a long time ago. But this is something we cannot remember any longer, so we feel that life is unfair and unjust.”