Little Dreamer (Paperback)
(This book cannot be returned.)
Little Dreamer encompasses universal experiences. When we feel like we're falling apart, we tend to feel as though it's a personal problem and that we cannot be understood by others. The truth is: heartbreak is felt by billions of others across the world. But just like heartbreak, happiness can also be felt by billions of others too. No matter what background we have or what time zone we're in, our brothers and sisters in humanity - across this beautiful planet - are sharing the same feelings as you. What's precious about this is that we're all feeling these emotions at the same time without realising someone else is. Although our languages use different words for them, the emotion is still the same. Nowadays, the world has come together so much more, offering further opportunities to learn about each other. Isn't it beautiful to think of all the shared experiences we've had since birth? Once we remember and acknowledge that the emotions and adversities we have are shared universally, the idea of being able to survive them becomes so much more positive. This book will speak of heartbreak, but it will also conclude with hope and new perspectives. We are not alone - we are a whole world. We are each other. May these words bring healing, and bring people together.
About the Author
Ella Zelensky is a poet, current university student in anthropology and is of a mixed-race background. Since she was young, culture, race, religion, language, cinematography and activism have played a major role in her creative work and academic studies. After struggling with fitting in during her early high school years, writing poetry helped her get through and rise above. Eventually, writing became serious to her and she began sharing her work on her social media platform. Her dream to be a humanitarian worker, as well as interests in education, mental health and equality inspire many of her poems and quotes. Through Ella's passion for people, reform and harmony, she wishes to help others own their identity, take a stand, forgive, unite, and ultimately heal.