Only for the open-minded. In this collection we studied the insights humanity has and the experiences that get us there. Literary and visual artists from around the world explore moments when something which was not yet known to them is revealed. From the written word to photography, painting, mixed media and more, we dissected revelation and epiphany stories to better understand our human condition. In this study we found that there is a tremendous amount of insight that humans get from interaction with our fellow human beings and that certain people come in and out of our lives for a reason. We also found that revelations and epiphanies sometimes come quickly and are immediately felt, while others are slow lessons learned from reflection on experiences of our past. 10% of all sales from this issue get donated to the Art For A Cause organization. Thought Notebook Journal has won multiple awards for Indie Publishing, including the eLit Book Awards, Next Generation Indie Book Awards in Anthology, Science, Ebook Nonfiction & New Age categories, and finalist in the Philosophy category of the Indie Excellence Awards. --Amazon Categories-- Short Stories New Age Religion & Spirituality Alternative Medicine Nonfiction History & Philosophy Health & Fitness Research Anthologies Memoir Diaries & Journals Arts & Photography Thought Notebook Journal is based on a true story: humanity’s story. The journal is a unique intersection between science and the humanities encouraging deep thinking to understand humanity’s thoughts through study and inquiry. In recording into the notebook these real stories of life and the thoughts we generate about them, we get a glimpse into understanding a great deal about ourselves and society, where our conscious has been and the direction its going. www.thoughtnotebook.org/journal-issues --Contributors Include-- Jeremy Stensrud, Paula Marie Deubel, Atzin Garcia, Chad Repko, Tobias Oggenfuss, Danielle Koch, CLS Ferguson, Rick Blum, Erin Meehan, Mia Halton, Tina Barton, Ann Girarde, Nicole Harkin, Susanne Wawra, Gary Gillespie, Caroline Knickmeier, LaVonne Roberts, Inna Telkova, Steven Jacobson, Joseph D. Reichs, Marianne Lyons, Robert Eric Shoemaker, Eric Carson, Robert Lampros, Alex Steiner, Walter Early, Achraf Baznani, Gonzalinho da Costa, Lottie Krol, Anita Feng, Kat Lahr, Karen Corinne Herceg, Nicholas Rush, Paige Westfall, Alexander Amoroso, Phillip J. Watt All of our ebooks sell at $2.99 because we believe in equal access to art and literature! Researching humanity's thoughts.