The Panda Syndrome: A Societal Imposition

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Balboa Press, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 94 pages
Society has taken from us what is our birthright to have - Truth in ourselves. It casts us into the preferred shape until we lose sight of our originality. These poems and short stories offer a dark enigmatic look into one man’s journey through life - More than fascinating! Each piece allows you to search the deepest, darkest fathoms of your heart and soul for the truths that lie within us all. Truths that some may be fearful to uncover but necessary to gain spiritual wellness. A deeply personal look at life, love and the betrayal of one’s self, the capabilities of redemption and the inner strength each human possesses. Insight through the gift of clairvoyance combined with the wisdom acquired through the evolution of the soul! A true inspiration!
 

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Frank Simonelli, born in Brooklyn, New York in 1959, entered this world meeting with illness that threatened to challenge fate?s choice. He was aware of his connection to spirit very early on. Frank heard the words that people didn?t say. Absorbing as much information about this human life as he could, art, music and literature were his life?s passions, an inspiration, perhaps, an escape. Like so many, life?s disappointments taught valuable lessons, some of which are expressed in this poetry collection. Frank resides in Central New Jersey with his wife and three daughters.

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