(Entertainment-NewsWire.com, October 30, 2021 ) As the eldest grandson of the inventor of the Ross Root Feeder, the author tells of the milestones he set while growing up and working in the family business: "To build a better tree, you have to nourish and water it at the deepest roots." So, it was and so it still is with his spirit. The book spans the spectrum from one of Germany's most beautiful parks, "Planten un Bloomen", inspired by the better angels of Beethoven, Schubert, Strauss, and Shakespeare, to the depths of the Dachau concentration camp near Munich, debased by the darker angels of humanity. From the first pages, he helps the reader break open complacent, stony hearts and transform them into a compassionate tonic for spiritual healing.
Not content with theory alone, Marc Daniels presents his concepts to influential opinion leaders, civil rights icons, and even presidential candidates on the campaign trail. At the end of the book, Marc Daniels presents a project to restore the White House Rose Garden so that millennial roses can grow there to nourish and protect society from exploitative tyrants who want to create thousand-year Reich’s.
This book has something for everyone: gardening lovers, history buffs, Shakespeare fans and spiritual seekers.
Learn more about the author at Weed Out Hate.
At 162 pages, Weed Out Hate; Plant A Rose is available online through Amazon for a maximum trade discount in quantities of 10 or more and is being aggressively promoted to appropriate markets with a focus on the non-fiction category.
About the Author:
Marc Daniels devoted the first half of his professional career, working within his family Ross Root Feeder business. His father Richard Daniels, inspired him to develop and channel a root feeding sensibility with his work associates, trade partners, and consumers. During his tenure, he brought a touch of gardening spirituality into a material lawn and garden products world.
In 2010, Marc founded the Weed Out Hate Initiative to pay tribute to his grandfather’s vision. Over the past ten years he has rooted out weeds of hatred and planted roses in people’s hearts at schools and community gardens throughout America. For Marc, planting seeds is not simply a metaphor, it manifested itself as thousands of custom packed Sunflower Peace Seeds. He is an advocate for nurturing kid’s kindergardening roots.