The Gentle Counsel of White Cloud is not another sad tale of the utter wretchedness of humanity or the hopelessness of the human condition. Herein lies more honest hope, accessible hope, than in a mountain of murky manuscripts on philosophy and psychology. There is nothing to fear, nothing insurmountable, nothing unattainable, says White Cloud. And his soothing counsel is for everyone. White Cloud's simple suggestions are like the loaves of bread and the fishes at Galilee with their strange multiplying ability. They are pearls of wisdom which when beheld, when mediated on and prayed about, build on themselves, yielding more understanding. In these assuring and uplifting pages are many messages of light and love emanating a warmth, inspired, insistent and unmistakable.