David Dillard-Wright, PhD teaches philosophy, religion, and ethics at the University of South Carolina, Aiken. His academic work focuses on philosophy of the mind and animal ethics. His practice in meditation originated in the Trappist tradition of contemplative prayer and then segued into Eastern practices. He is the author of A Mindful Morning, A Mindful Evening, A Mindful Day, Mediation for Multitaskers, The Everything(c) Guide to Meditation for Healthy Living, 5-Minute Mindfulness, and At Ganapati's Feet.
"This little book can make a big impact in your day. Insights from author David Dillard-Wright can set the tone or change your attitude with reminders of the truth of your being. Colorful photos and illustrations throughout make each new reading a gift to unwrap." * Science of Mind Magazine * As seen on FitnessMagazine.com and OrganicLife.com! "Inspired by 200 quotes and mindfulness exercises, readers can tackle life with clear heads and positive energy. [Dillard-Wright's] simple moments of awareness can help you approach every day with composure, confidence, and tranquility." --Body Sense Magazine "In the book A Mindful Morning: Start Each Day with a Clear Mind and Open Heart, author and professor David Dillard-Wright, Ph.D, shares over 150 quotes along with short and simple mindfulness exercises we can do each morning." --PsychCentral "Lovely new book. No matter what the thoughts are--angry, passionate, trivial, profound--just let them come and go." --HealthyWomen.org "Wright knows his audience. He also realizes that smaller changes, every day, work best for most people to create positive change in their lives. A Mindful Morning is a gentle push in direction towards a healthy mental lifestyle." --BiPolar Hope