Byrant MacGill is not just an author but also an activist, speaker and an aphorist. His aphorisms along with writings can be found in more than hundred books and are used abundantly in newspapers as well, TV programs, political speeches as well as library and university publications. He is the founder and the Goodwill Ambassador of the Goodwill Treaty for World Peace which has Ben Affleck, Montel Williams, Matt Damon, Don Cheadle and Ray Romano as the initial project signers.
"Life moves forward. The old leaves wither, die and fall away, and the new growth extends forward into the light."
In his book, Voice of Reason, Bryant McGill quotes come aplenty. He’s explored the predatory nature of corporate capitalism, violence in society, feminism, personal liberty, revolution, human rights and many such burning issues. He once said in an interview that he almost committed suicide suffering depression during his days a homeless teen. He is a true inspiration for he had educated himself with a library card after dropping out of High School suffering from dysgraphia and dyslexia and managed to be one of the most successful writers in America today.