Saturday, October 23, 2010
Say What? Surprising Chats with Animals & Nature about Human Life
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ALL LIVING THINGS HAVE A VOICE,
AND BOY DO THEY HAVE A FEW CHOICE THINGS TO SAY!
If animals and nature have intelligence, why can’t they also have a voice? What if you could hear the wise words of trees, the scattered thoughts of birds, the concerns of the river? Well, one person can, and that is Cynthia Attar who has put out an amazing book exactly on this subject. Say What? Surprising Chats with Animals and Nature about Human Life is a fascinating book which houses 63 telepathic chats beginning with domesticated animals, branching out to wild animals, fish, snakes, and then taking the leap to speak with various ‘lower’ forms of nature. In her repertoire of animal chats are:
Fred the Banty Rooster and the teachings of being physically attacked by a dog.
Flo the Sheep on being labeled a dumb animal—yeah, right!
Rita the Guinea Pig on gp’s as silent royalty.
Making a deal with sugar ants to NOT invade a house for a whole summer.
Injured baby squirrel on experiencing unconditional love.
Then the chats shifted to other living things. Cynthia has documented chats with:
Rocks on: The significance of graffiti.
Bamboo on: Humans need to bend a little bit more.
Wind on: Making the Columbia River dance, (a.k.a., white caps).
Forest Fire on: The need for humans to control things.
Cold, the temperature, on: non-judgment.
If you value all aspects of nature and are open minded, Say What? will surely expand your way of thinking about the intelligence of nature! For Book Signings, Readings, Lectures or Workshops, Contact us on the Contact Page.
Paperback. Illustrated. 158 pages. (ISBN 978-0-9651776-3-4).