While the community gathered in support of two fallen officers and their families, Victoria Feagin mourned from a separate and isolated level. Her mentally ill son pulled the trigger, blasting their whole world into a place it had never been before. She knew what had happened, a truth that most people in the grieving community would not understand.
When Hana's parents leave on a trip looking for new plant life, she and her dog, Bunny, must leave their home in America and go stay with Hana's grandmother in Japan. With no Internet and no cable TV, Hana feels cut off from the world. Soon after Hana and Bunny arrive at the house, things start to get strange. Hana discovers a garden with talking flowers and insects. When she finds out that zombie weeds are about to take over the world, it's up to her to save the garden and the world. Will she save her friends, or will the garden finally fall under a wicked spider's control? The ancient Japanese art of Ikebana - flower arranging - may hold the answer.Hana and the Golden Kenzan is a story based on characters and illustrations created by Lina and Erika Schell when they were twelve-years-old. The girls are twins, of Japanese and American descent.
In this small booklet, you can explore the importance of the Mahat-tattva, the Cosmic Intelligence in Yoga and how we can connect to it on a deeper level. Discover the four levels of the mind and how they connect to planetary influences, and the importance of connecting to the Mahat, the Cosmic Intellect through local planetary influences.
Merlyn's Mind completes the original trilogy of segmented story-dreams by the sixth century Merlyn, the Scotsman. The Present, real time story-dream brothers, Robert the poet and Richard the writer, continue their theoretical discussions in real time from May 2007 into late February 2008. The Past, with Grandma's Stories begin with Lady Allowyn and Sir Geoffrey in the sixteenth century and works her way into the twentieth century where Grandma Earth ends her genealogical narratives with the nineteen year olds Robert and Richard Graystone and their future wives, Connie and Cindy Bleacher, at the dining room table celebrating the late FDR's January birthday with their respective parents and grandparents, first in 1960, then again in 1961. Thus, old Grandma completes word-filled human snapshots, fruitfully linking the Graystone and Bleacher generations from 12,000 years ago in the first book to the present, 2008, in the third book. Merlyn's suggestive Future, titled 'Pouch Text,' concludes with all the major characters alive but one. The family group ( a mixture of human beings and their physically and mentally human-like marsupial counterparts from HomePlanets across the Milky Way galaxy) focus on raising seven year old Diplomat, a hybrid of both species and cultures, on Earth.