Is the night sky filled with stars, or are they really silver seeds? When you see fall leaves floating down from trees, could they be little brown parachutes? Maybe the moon is really a melon and your shadow is a silent friend. The lyrical poems and luminous illustrations in this stellar collection will stretch readers' imaginations. Can you believe what you see?
A labour of fun! Sketches of flowers, weeds and seeds to color some brightness in to your life. These sketches, from photos of flowers taken on my walks here in Northern California, make an excellent excuse to take some time for your self to color. Enjoy!
SYNOPSIS Packets of Seeds This is a book for anyone curious about life after death or with questions about what it is like to die. It is also for people in grief over the loss of a loved one or that someone may have a terminal illness. Kehnroth Schramm, M.D. passed away September 24, 2004 but Ken continues to be a teacher and a physician. He has given us the gift of his latest findings - that life does continue. He has given us this little book Packets of Seeds (named by him) that describes what it is like to die and what is important in our lives. A true story in this book called The Healing happened on the first anniversary after Ken passing. The person, who had a near death experience and physicians in the hospital were preparing him to die, suddenly woke up from a coma and identified Ken as the spirit healer. In life on earth, Kehnroth Schramm was a Family Physician, Psychiatrist, Teacher, Father, Grandfather, Great Grandfather, Fire keeper, and Husband. "I resolved never to make money at the expense of another person's suffering. For me Doctor means Teacher, not businessman. I was called to heal and be healed by words, not by money." Kehnroth Schramm, M.D. No truer words were ever said. Doctor Schramm lived those words. He was a true physician, always wanting to be available to those in need and he wanted nothing to do with money except to use it to help those in need. Ken lived his life protecting his Hippocratic Oath to do no harm and to protect his patients' secrets. He was always in search of better ways to do medicine, embracing holistic and integrative medicine long before allopathic physicians in North America accepted it. Ken was a free thinker and would not change his ethics for self-preservation or for money. That ran him into serious trouble. Ken's life story is written in the book, doctor ken - a true story about a man and the Hippocratic Oath.
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