Have you ever seen an elephant wave its trunk in the wind…
Just tell me, “What kind of message do you think he would send?
Have you ever seen a giant bird flying by?
Or witnessed the appearance of a phoenix on the rise?
Have you ever seen a funny bear resting above the trees?
Or a dragon with outstretched wings gliding on the breeze?
Do you ever spend time looking up at the sky, observing the flowing nature of shapes and pictures formed by the clouds? Some call this a bit of heaven’s sweet essence. This idea of pictures in the clouds may be new to you. Not everyone will see a picture and not everyone sees the same form.
Marian has been photographing clouds for many years. The shapes and natural forms have brought her increased insight and spiritual comfort. The intent of this book is to introduce the concept and widen the reader’s perspective as to the possibility of shapes in the clouds and their relative or implied meaning. This brings to light the interconnectedness of all things and evidence of Spirit in our natural world.
This book is written in a poetry format as a piece of children’s literature. It is the author’s desire to share this perspective and to inspire young people of all ages to look at the world differently—to see the interconnectedness of all things and to feel the joy of Spirit in all of life.
About the Author
Marian S. Taylor, EdD, is a retired university professor. Her career began at the elementary level where she taught first grade and served as a reading specialist. She was director of the university laboratory school and a chairperson of a university department. She taught undergraduate and graduate classes while at the university and spent many years directing the program for the development of reading specialists.
Marian has been very involved with her family and with church activities. She is the mother of three grown children and is very proud of her grandchildren.