Find A Sense Of Hope

Author Interview
Timothy Buckley Author Interview

Building With Discarded Stones shares spiritual life lessons to help readers improve their lives and their faith. What inspired you to write this book?

Building With Discarded Stones was inspired by the extensive experience and interaction I have been privileged to have with persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

What is one piece of advice you would give to someone who struggles with maintaining their faith?

Keep your focus on God’s gracious gifts which are all around us, especially in good people.

What were some themes that were important for you to explore in this book?

Each chapter explores a different theme: what it means to be human, the elements of reconciliation, our human need for community…. But they all point to the fact that each and every human being is precious and needed for the building up of humanity, and for the possibility of creating together a future of peace and wellbeing for all. How we welcome and care for those considered to be “incompetent”, “defective”, or “useless” (the least, the littlest, the weakest, the different) is central to this process.

What do you hope is one thing readers take away from your book?

I hope that readers will find a sense of Hope and a broader appreciation of humanity – their own and others’.

Author Links: GoodReads | Website

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