Author: Daniel J. Benor
ISBN 978-0-9819729-6-1 (softcover)
This book of prose poems is a captivating visit to the legendary town of Spoon River, viewed through the epitaphs of its residents. SPOON RIVER REVISITED is an insightful sequel to Edgar Lee Master’s 1916 classic, Spoon River Anthology. The people who share their modern stories still struggle with challenges of growing up, making their way through life, and passing on.
Death has an undeserved, bad reputation! After dying, they are often surprised they are still keenly aware of the lives they lived, which were often cut off prematurely by illnesses, accidents or medical mishaps. In these moving stories, Daniel Benor, MD shows you the dangers of making modern medicine your first choice for treatment.
Dan invites you in other cases to consider the remarkable transformations that new and ancient methods of healing offer for treatment of illnesses and for easing the transition through death and into the afterlife. The people of Spoon River will show you that health is far more than the state of function of your body, and that death is the beginning of new journeys rather than a dead end.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Daniel J. Benor, MD, ABIHM, is a psychiatric psychotherapist who practices wholistic healing, addressing body, emotions, mind, relationships and spirit. Dr. Benor has taught wholistic healing internationally for 30 years to people involved in wholistic, intuitive, and spiritual approaches to caring, health and personal development. He developed and teaches WHEE: Whole Health – Easily and Effectively, a self-healing method. Dr. Benor is the author of many articles on wholistic healing and appears internationally on radio and TV.
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