You are what you eat!  But better than this. You are what you read!  So, if you want to save the environment, you must learn what the environment is.  You must reach for the knowledge and wisdom that others have accumulated.  However, you might not be able to interview others personally, so you must collect their wisdom from a book or even from an audio presentation.  I like to read.  It allows me time to ponder what the other person is saying.  I can read over and over what their thoughts are without interruption and I can reflect silently on what is being said – I am not lost in the nuances of conversation.

Barrett Hays Books

Books are intimate moments where in the comfort of my home I can be in a submarine that is staving off World War III or on top of a mountain fighting off the Abominable Snow Man.  This is the magic of reading. The imagination comes alive and the story wraps you into another place, another dimension or even another world of the future, past or present.

 

Books by Dr. Barett Hays:

Book Trailer: Bell-Eye’s Palm Beach, Florida Christmas

  • Bell-Eye, The Best, Littlest Detective Agency in Palm Beach, Florida: The Lives of The Rich, Famous and Naughty

 

 

 

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  • Bell-Eye’s Spooky Halloween: Bell-Eye, the Best Littlest Detective Agency in Palm Beach, Florida

 

 

 

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  • Bell-Eye’s Palm Beach, Florida Christmas: Bell-Eye, the Best Littlest Detective Agency in Palm Beach, Florida, the Lives of the Rich, Famous and Not So Naughty

 

 

 

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Book Trailer: Mars, Jimmy and Me

  • A Coin for Andrew

 

 

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  • ODELETTE

 

 

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  • Mars, Jimmy and Me

 

 

 

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You are what you read.

My books take you to places that have never been. These worlds are somewhere else-familiar but not the same.  The human experience allows this and possibly demands the release of the imagination.  And imagination is perhaps the beginning of all things.  I think that Albert Einstein had it right when he said, “that imagination is more important than intelligence.”  Well, here’s to

reading, and by the way…  What’s on your menu today?

 

About the Author

Barrett Hays is a medical doctor in the United States where he practices Internal Medicine and Urgent Care Medicine. He was born in the State of Texas.  He enjoys the outdoor Texas pastimes of jogging, horseback riding, camping, hiking and fishing.

He loves reading and writing, especially about history and science.

 

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