Common Voice Uncommon Wisdom, written by Margaret Thalhuber, was initially a collection of journal entries, conversations, if you will, spanning over ten years, that the author had with her inner spirit and her intuition. The entries were coming from a place that did not originate from Margaret. She knew that what she was feeling was always a part of her creative process, part of the stories she wrote, but what was going on this time was different; what she was writing struck a vein in her that revealed a common kind of wisdom and love that was hers to share. Common Voice Uncommon Wisdom was a reflective process, an integration of what her heart was discovering and what her head thought it knew, and inward and outward reach. While writing, Margaret felt a pulse, a beat, a breath inside of her that she is excited to exchange with the reader. She hopes that Common Voice Uncommon Wisdom will accent the power of the reader's intuitive wisdom.