#Kindness; #AncientWisdom; #Spirituality; #Uplifting; #Equaility; #NonJudgemental
Canadian-Media: A review of Dr. Marcia Ann Mims Coppertino’s book ’21 Days with the Mistress of King Midas’ is done by Asha Bajaj, editorial director and publisher of Canadian-Media.
In the book “21 Days with the Mistress of King Midas”, Dr. Marcia Ann Mims Coppertino, the author of the book keeps the readers entranced by the story of a common prostitute’s kindness towards a fallen king by letting him share her modest abode and heart and the way she transforms him with her ancient wisdom and knowledge to his return to victory in 21 days assigned to her for her tasks.
Although the story is suggestive of the nature of the relationship between King Midas and her mistress, the path of ancient wisdom with which the author presents the landscape as the fallen and the tired king and the mistress, the self-emancipated prostitute begin their journey adds a great sense of spirituality to the theme of the book. Narrated in first-person by the mistress Dr. Marcia reveals the mistress does not feel any remorse when she leaves behind the role of a prostitute in the inn.
Her words, “It is far better to work with joy of heart and purpose than to endure a life overcome by feelings and sadness…I know my prayers and cries for help did not go unanswered by the gods.”
The portrayal of elements of nature such as the landscape, forests, sunset, etc. is gratifying to both the mistress and the tired king following her and equips both with the visual clarity of thoughts. The king following the mistress has lost his kingdom and finds solace and comfort in the company of the mistress who the author has portrayed as a guiding light thus uplifting the unsung heroines of the universe. The mistress did not try to find the name of the king and her following words reflect the author’s message how the emotional and…