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Photographs and Songs of a Pronoic Physician
Mel Borins, MD
Trafford Publishing [print-on-demand] / Softcover / 2006-09-01 / 1412090717
Spirituality and Inspiration / Toronto-Area Authors
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Have you ever heard of a photography book where the photos come alive with a song? Photos and Songs of a Pronoic Physician is a special collection of spectacular photographs from around the world. Each photo is complemented with a poem/song about life.

A variety of images of sunsets, beaches, monkeys, butterflies and people will capture your imagination and take you on a journey. The songs will inspire, stimulate and remind you of our humanity. Dr. Borins explains, "I have wanted to share my favorite images of far away places. We live on a small planet and photos are a way to remind us of our unity and what a beautiful place we live in. Whether it is a Warrior from Irian Jaya or a Sunset from Bali, the photo triggers our imagination. The brain has difficulty differentiating between what is real and what is imagined. When you look at my photos, you mind will wander. It helps to remember that our planet is a friendly, amazing place".

Everyone who looks at the photos are struck by the variety, the mood, the composition and the appealing nature of the images. But that's not all. A CD of 21 songs written and produced by Dr. Borins are found enclosed on the back of each book. These songs are quite unique and eclectic. You*ll hear original songs from many different genres like Rock, Folk, Country and Western, and World Music. The pleasing melodies, poetic lyrics and extensive breadth of subject matter will give you lots to think about. The more you listen, the more you'll be reminded of our humanity.

Put on the CD, turn to the photos and be prepared for a unique experience.

About the Author

Mel Borins began his career as a photojournalist in 1981 when he was asked to do a series of articles for the Medical Post on 'Traditional Healing Around the World'. His travels took him to thirteen countries and hundreds of photographs. Since then he has continued to travel and publish his articles and photos in publications like Doctor's Review, The Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail, Humane Medicine, Leisureways, Postgraduate Medicine, Canadian Family Physician, Canadian Medical Association Journal, Family Practice and Family. His photos have appeared in countless exhibits around Toronto. He is best known for his unique photos of far away places and people.

Besides being a medical doctor and university professor, he is a much sought after public speaker. Dr. Borins has lectured in Canada, U.S.A., India, Japan, Indonesia, China, Taiwan, Korea, Sri Lanka and New Zealand on health and healing.

He is author of two other books: Go Away Just for the Health of It and An Apple A Day-A Holistic Health Primer.

He began playing guitar and writing songs in high school. He has performed in coffee houses, pubs, conferences, university events and in many venues around the world. He has written and produced four CD's and three tapes of his songs. One of his greatest joys in life is to share his music. Visit his website at

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