Hope for the Flowers is a tale partly about life and partly about revolution and lots about hope for adults and others (including caterpillars who can read). This item is illustrated in the style of a children's book, but is more of a parable. It's a different sort of book for everyone except those who have given up completely (and even they might secretly enjoy it.)
This s a tender tale that speaks to the lack of satisfaction with earthbound (wormy) life and worldly goals, and invites the reader to "give up life as he knows it" and grow wings instead. "THE END! - Or is it the beginning?"
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Review 2 for Hope for the Flowers
Date:August 27, 2007
This is a wonderful little book with BIG truths inside! The author uses fuzzy little caterpillars and their natural metamorphoses to explain important spiritual principles. The drawings are wonderful and the book reads simply. Whether reading to children, grandchildren, or sharing with adult friends, this is a very special endeavor, which has blessed many. I keep copies in my personal library to give to new parents and grandparents.