Written as allegorical memoirs of the Grandmaster Eric Kino, this non-fiction personal development book brings clarity to many of life's greatest questions. Does God exist? Why do some people die tragically and others seem to be favored or blessed or miraculously saved? How should we live so that we can be happy and/or make a difference in the world?
Grandmaster Eric Kino is a "heavenly messenger" who actually, and quite miraculously, appeared to the author back in 1994. McCartney Green immediately began writing fiction stories based on this messenger in her series, Dandelions Never Die. Now, through miraculous circumstances, McCartney Green feels she has been directed to write Eric Kino's memoirs in order to share his wisdom with the world in hopes that his words will heal and bring light to everyone.
One of the goals of this book is to encourage the religious and the spiritual to work together, for if they do the world will be filled with light, which will bring about miraculous changes. It shows the relationship between all religions and beliefs and brings them together. Travel beyond the waterfall and see what's really going on in our world.
Through reading the series, Dandelions Never Die, I have come to see Eric Kino as a friend and mentor and was thrilled that this book offered a deeper glimpse into his life's history and belief system. One thing I found noteworthy was the stark difference in voice between McCartney Green's prologue and the body of the book, leaving no doubt that a higher being was speaking through her. I read this book and literally felt an all caps 'YES' vibrate through my body in response to the truths presented. I highly recommend any one who is looking for spiritual guidance, inner peace, or harnessing their inner power to pick this book up. Since finishing the book I have followed the main truths Eric outlines near the end and have already noticed a more patient and present demeanor as well as more powerful outcomes to my intentions." ~Jessica Jaccar~
A Guide for Everyday Living With Purpose
This handbook is a guide for living a happy, healthy life, filled with ways to meet personal goals. It makes it easy to set up your own life in an organized and joyful way. It's as if Grandmaster Kino has come into your home to help you get started and set you on the right path.
Every book in the Dandelions Never Die series is written about real traumas that real women and real men have had to overcome in real life. These women and men emerge from tragedy to become strong, powerful people filled with joy. Though it seems our lives are not fiction novels that always have a happy ending, we CAN overcome anything and become joyful, just like these fictional characters are bound to do.
The Series ties, one way or another, into the same family from the first novel. The Kino family.
First you have gorgeous and legendary Martial Arts Master, Eric Kino, (whom I based on my real heavenly messenger.) On his softer side, he is a lonely widower who has dedicated himself to his only son. On the other side, he is a teacher and protector of mankind.
The son is movie superstar, Ricky Kino, who also has two very different sides. One a sunny and exuberant personality and the other quite deadly.
The first heroine in the series is Shelley Adams, who was assaulted as she walked in a park in the middle of the afternoon. Struggling with the aftermath of that assault brings about the end of her first marriage. Her life changes again when she runs into Eric Kino and he takes her on as a student.
Shelley’s daughter Bree, is a wannabe actress, and Shelley’s two younger sons, Mark and Joey will, of course, grow up to be devastating leading men themselves.
All this has morphed into The Dandelions Series, beginning with Dandelions Never Die.