“Everyone thinks of changing the world but no one thinks of changing himself.” – Leo Tolstoy 1828-1910
The Meaning of Tocamu
The tocamu is a new symbol based on an ancient wisdom that unites those who care about the future of mankind. You can learn about tocamu’s founder and read the tocamu philosophy–that has social, economic and political implications–on the about page. The symbol’s meaning is revealed in the illustrated novel The Toucan Feather.
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The Toucan Feather
The Toucan Feather is an inspirational, allegorical 55,000 word novel written and illustrated by Nicholas. It is suitable for readers of twelve and older. There are 68 black/white illustrations, many of which are full page. The market research has consistently returned scores for The Toucan Feather that match Coelho’s The Alchemist. The meaning of the word tocamu and the design of the symbol are revealed in the novel, which is available as a 236 page A5-sized (148 x 210mm / 5.8 x 8.3 ins) paperback. You can read the synopsis, as well as a sample chapter and a number of reviews. Click here to order the novel.
For many years I’ve been concerned by the way people treat each other and the world we share – there seems to be so much suffering and things look set to get much worse. So in 2001 I started wondering whether anything could be done about it.
This is my attempt to help. I’m so grateful to everyone who has supported and encouraged me – family, friends and people I’ve come to know because of my work.
My sincere thanks to you for taking an interest in this and I hope that visiting my website has been a worthwhile experience.
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“I am a citizen, not of Athens or Greece, but of the world.”
- Socrates 469-399 BC