Author: Mental-Aid Unplugged And Intimate (In Progress)
Love Morrison is an award winning author (Canada’s Legendary Ski Team – The Crazy Canucks, with a foreword by Peter Mansbridge) and Goodwill Ambassador for Friends to Mankind an international non-profit foundation that works with individuals, corporation and philanthropic organizations towards the betterment of humanity (www.friendstomankind.com).
Janet Love Morrison was born in Toronto, Canada and grew up in Port Coquitlam, near Vancouver, BC. She spent a lot of her life travelling around the world doing a variety of jobs while living in Switzerland, Israel, India, Japan, and Malaysia.
Travelling inspired Love Morrison to document was she felt, what she saw and what she heard. Her writing has appeared in the Pique Newsmagazine, which is published in Whistler, BC, one of Canada’s famed ski resorts; the Globe and Mail, one of Canada’s two national newspapers; Ski Canada, Canada’s ski magazine; and several other publications.
“Refugees, children, taxi drivers, fellow travellers, work colleagues, family, friends, Dhyan Vimal, founder of Friends to Mankind, His Holiness the Dalai Lama and so many, many more remarkable people have been my teachers.”
“From the Himalayas to the Alps – from the Andes to the Rockies, I have encountered this planet. I write to honour the courage of those who met their life challenges and rose to be the best they can be because they inspire others to do the same. They sparked the belief in me that when we all rise to be the best we can be: humanity will rise to be the best it can be.”