The River Always Wins: Water as a Metaphor for Hope and Progress

David Marquis (Author)

Product Details

$15.95  $14.67
La Reunion Publishing
Publish Date
August 04, 2020
4.3 X 6.9 X 0.5 inches | 0.25 pounds
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About the Author

David Marquis is a long-time committed activist for environmental and social change in the Dallas area. He is the author of I Am A Teacher (Simon & Schuster), which became a series of widely performed plays. He founded the Oak Cliff Nature Preserve in Dallas and has consulted with the Texas Conservation Alliance since 2011.


"This book is a moving testimony of a longing that lies deep in our hearts, inviting us to embody it in our own lives, and gift it for the entire world."
-- Ruben L.F. Habito, Guiding Teacher, Maria Kannon Zen Center

"The timeliness of this book that reads with the rhythm of a musical composition is remarkable. The River Always Wins reminds us that just like the water in the river that is, we as humanity are becoming. Rising up and reborn as headwaters, collectively flowing through rapids, over sandbars and around fallen trees, we are, nevertheless, moving towards the greater good - shaping the rock and transforming hearts along the way."
-- Cynthia Seale, Trinity Waters

"The River Always Wins is a welcome spiritual field guide for social movement activists in these uncertain times."
-- Rev. Dr. Andrea Ayvazian, Founder and Director, Sojourner Truth School for Social Change Leadership

"An expert on water conservation and supply, David Marquis has created a work that is both instructive and entertaining. No spoiler alert that the river always wins."
-- Eric Nadel, Texas Rangers Radio Announcer, 2014 Ford C Frick Award Recipient

"David Marquis' words are as rhythmic as running water and remind us of both the spiritual and ecological place that rivers have in our lives."
--Andrew Sansom, founder of The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment and former Executive Director of Texas Parks and Wildlife