The Rainbow Bridge

Bridge to Inner Peace and to World Peace

Non-Fiction - Inspirational
288 Pages
Reviewed on 04/19/2014
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Author Biography

With graduate degrees and ten professional certifications in Knowledge Management, Change Management, Project Management, Quality, and Agile Methodology, Brent Hunter is the author of five books, an IT professional, producer, former psychotherapist and National Certified Counselor. He has held many positions ranging from a software engineer experienced in 10 programming languages, to Systems Analyst, Project Manager, Technology Manager, and CIO/Director of IT, in addition to being the Chairman and CEO of his own companies. Hunter has worked in many industries including insurance, healthcare, banking / financial services, education, consulting services, entertainment and military / defense at companies such as General Electric, Wells Fargo Bank, Robert Half International and Blue Shield.

Hunter is also a social media pioneer as the founder of the first Internet-based global community started in 1994 called “The Park,” with more than 700,000 members in 190 countries worldwide.

Brent earned a B.S. in Math and Computer Science from Clarkson University, an M.S. in Counseling and Human Relations from Villanova University, and the equivalent of an M.S. in Information Systems after he graduated from the General Electric Company’s fast-track Information Systems Management Program.

Brent is an Eagle Scout, a graduate of the U.S. Army Airborne School, and is involved with a number of global civic organizations, including a past position in the United Nations Association of the U.S. as the Vice President of Communications in the Northern California Division.

Hunter’s first book, The Pieces of Our Puzzle: A Multi-Faceted Approach to Personal Health and Well Being, provides a holistic synthesis of the world’s major schools of psychology.

Another one of Brent’s books is The Rainbow Bridge: Bridge to Inner Peace and to World Peace, which illuminates the common ground in the world’s major wisdom traditions.

In addition, Hunter has compiled two books of quotes about wisdom, Nuggets of Wisdom: Quotes to Ponder and Inspire and More Nuggets of Wisdom: Quotes to Ponder and Inspire, and has written the upcoming The Park Odyssey and The Power of KM: The Extraordinary Value of Knowledge Management.

After being born in Brooklyn, NY and living in Upstate New York, Philadelphia, Chicago and San Francisco, Brent currently lives, plays, and works in Los Angeles with his wife Dea, Golden Retriever Maisie and North American Sphynx Bindi.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Lisa Jones for Readers' Favorite

The Rainbow Bridge by Brent Hunter focuses on religion in today's society. Brent believes that every religion is ultimately reaching for the same goal. He also gives some excellent advice for finding an inner peace. The author strives to find a middle ground that can connect many, regardless of race or religion. There is a variety of quotes and poems throughout the book which helps readers to understand what Brent is trying to portray. The Rainbow Bridge connects us all and the meditations provided in this book can connect anyone to this bridge. By focusing on things in our own lives, we can change our thoughts and opinions and this in turn will make for a better world.

Brent Hunter has taken a great deal of time preparing this book. The Rainbow Bridge was unlike anything that I had ever read before. The clever way in which the author demonstrated the points made the reader feel as if they, too, could achieve such goals. If indeed today's society took notice of just a few simple ideas from this inspiring book then the world would be truly a better place. As a reader, I especially liked the poetry since it was not only inspiring but very uplifting. It was as if a huge weight had been lifted from my soul. Some might try and fail at some of the ideas mentioned, but the one thing to cling onto is hope. We all should take note and continue relentlessly on our own journey. The best thing for me was the way in which it brought people together from different backgrounds or religions. The Rainbow Bridge was fantastic and inspirational. I enjoyed it and it certainly gave me a lot to think about.