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Images of the Heart and Mind for Einstein (edition 2012)

by Doug Brooks

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This book is a declaration of the power of the imagination. The manifestation of the imagination transcends the literal, concrete conclusions that knowledge often verifies. Poetry and photographs, especially B&W it's the image offer a moment to think, wonder, ponder and question reality and the power of the human spirit. We contemplate something we may have not considered before the moment, and those moments present the opportunity to grow, even just a little. Einstein knew it and believed. It's about holding a moment in our heart and mind, like the laugh of a child, a song, an embrace, a discovery, a revelation that stays with you forever and sometimes makes the world a little brighter. Endorsements The poetry and photography in Brooks' new collection range from gentle to sophisticated to universally personal. It's what poetry and photography should be. Martin Naparsteck, author of, SEX AND MANIOFEST DESTINY Rarely, these days, do I find myself so unabashedly moved by something, so happy to have opened a book (FRONT STREET). Tim O'Brien, author of, THE THINGS THEY CARRIED… (more)
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Title:Images of the Heart and Mind for Einstein
Authors:Doug Brooks
Info:XLIBRIS (2012), Paperback, 100 pages
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This book is a declaration of the power of the imagination. The manifestation of the imagination transcends the literal, concrete conclusions that knowledge often verifies. Poetry and photographs, especially B&W it's the image offer a moment to think, wonder, ponder and question reality and the power of the human spirit. We contemplate something we may have not considered before the moment, and those moments present the opportunity to grow, even just a little. Einstein knew it and believed. It's about holding a moment in our heart and mind, like the laugh of a child, a song, an embrace, a discovery, a revelation that stays with you forever and sometimes makes the world a little brighter. Endorsements The poetry and photography in Brooks' new collection range from gentle to sophisticated to universally personal. It's what poetry and photography should be. Martin Naparsteck, author of, SEX AND MANIOFEST DESTINY Rarely, these days, do I find myself so unabashedly moved by something, so happy to have opened a book (FRONT STREET). Tim O'Brien, author of, THE THINGS THEY CARRIED

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