In his quest for independence, Mahatma Ghandhi wandered the dusty roads of India with no shoes on, which left him with cracked and calloused feet. His minimalist diet was the cause of his tiny – almost fragile – frame and also led to bad breath. However, these physical difficulties didn’t prevent him from developing a genuine spirituality.
Taking note of all these attributes, one of his friends referred to him as a super-fragile, calloused mystic hexed by halitosis.
Ghandi may have held lofty goals, but so too did the characters in my novel, Wings, now available as an Ebook. You can read about Wings here. It is available from Really Blue Books for the bargain basement price of $4.40 and also from Amazon.