My name is Bob Bohemian. I am an actor and playwright. I love to live through theater art. Joyously generated in Chicago. My art includes themes from Everything to Nothing. Philosophy and art combine for the sublime.
Hello, I'm Heaven's heavenly Doctor 2. You may recognize my rugged phrenology from my scattered modeling and acting gigs. In my office, I arrange appointments for indie books. While braving the perilous bargain bin of smashwords, I found this chipper little chap advertising "meditation" and "beauty". Alright, wise guy. The patient's form is short and sweet. A brief book testimony from a senior reader on reading. Mr. Hazzlewood creates the case that while all mediums of art are founded, reading creates the deepest dimension for humans. I felt that he won without dismissing music or visual arts or other. This book is a simple lecture reminder for anyone. As a playwright, director, and actor, my job at large is to put the script down, and live. But where else is my content? Lately, my reading impulses have been on the level with chores. The patient has inspired me to give up that derogatory. To those who don't read classics, he will advise you to start climbing. To all ye unfaitful, the author's Christian scope may be too distracting. I laughed when he mentioned the secularization of Buddhist meditation. I thought I was the only person who noticed that cosmopolitans treat yoga like a part time job. The patient received a sticker and lollipop for keeping his keister in five star health.
The blue morpho butterfly had me judging this cover from a mile away. The book is a very short story compatible with any audience. The second half of the book shows that the piece has an educating purpose. It illuminated the symbolism of the story, and it was agreeable and thoughtful. It wasn't juvenile. It reiterated to me some principles of an author's applied subtleties of reoccurring symbolism. Sometimes meaning can flutter away faster than you can capture it. Oh, how time flies.
From the cover I was initiated to read the story. I like to bowl. The start of the short narrative was strong, and the symbolism was solid. However, I didn't like the denouement. Others may have a different reaction. The author knows how to bowl. This book is surely not a gutter, but it could have gotten more pins.
I was delighted to see another Hazzlewood patient in my office. The legal guardian had before brought in a patient who was concerned about the reasons one would continue to read in the modern world. Now it seems that his first patient has spread the germs of literature's joy to the contemplation of the Bible. This is a short read that will introduce the different books and their priorities over each other. Although Hazzlewood invites the irreligious to taste the Bible's literature on its own, the book he wrote talks more of the Holy Spirit one could experience. He himself was an irreligious butterfly who once read the Bible without actually drawing from its nectar. The patient was certainly short. I would have appreciated more content before my own studies of the Bible as a whole.