The kNOW watch does more than tell time. In fact, this remarkable watch has no numbers on it at all. But in the middle of the face is a gentle reminder: the word "kNOW."
This simple reminder, this mysterious watch, has changed the lives of its wearers forever.
In this book are the real-life stories of the people whose lives have been touched by wearing this watch, and as a result,getting to know the kNOW. With a foreword by the head of neurosurgery at University of Chicago, Maciej S. Lesniak, MD, and an afterword by the president of the Aveda Corporation, Dominique N Conseil, the book is filled with stories of everyday people, whose lives have been forever changed by learning to kNOW. Know now, with the gentle reminder of Thor Nygren's watch.
The watches are available at: http://knowwatch.stores.yahoo.net/index.html
Jules Corriere has written forty plays, written 6 books, edited four books of oral histories, and is currently writing a radio show at the International Storytelling Center in Jonesborough TN. Her production of Scrap Mettle SOUL's The Whole World Gets Well won the Presidential Points of Light Award and toured in London and Edinburgh. Other playwright credits include "Let My People Go! A Spiritual Journey" which performed at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall; and Turn the Wash Pot Down in Union, S.C., which was featured in People Magazine and named the First Official Folk Life Play of the state. American Theatre magazine said of this play, "Even if Turn the Washpot Down doesn't save Union 's life, it has already saved its soul." She appears in the current edition of Who's Who for her work in the field of Theater Arts and Social Activism
TOUCH AND GO Sanford, Florida's Folk Life Play Published March 20, 2013
ALWAYS EXPECT MIRACLES Published June 04, 2012
Dig Deeper Published June 03, 2012
Um Caminho Sobre O Muro by Jules Corriere Published May 23, 2012
Deep Enough To Swallow Me Whole Published May 22, 2012
Ahhh Shot In The Arm Published May 22, 2012
Turn the Wash Pot Down First Official Folk Life Play of South Carolina Published May 20, 2012
How To Collect Your Community's Story Published May 18, 2012