“I” ON LIFE
About the Book
(New York, NY) Dr. Howard Scheiner invites you to share his "I" ON LIFE, as he continues his highly personal journey of life and spirit. He offers his readers a distinctive, and even greater, understanding of universal truth as he enlarges his vision for happiness and a joy-filled life. Moving further than his last book, REAWEKENING, he adds new perspective and perceptions to self-awareness. Filled with enlightenment and wisdom, it is offered from the same point of intersection of science and spirituality called "belief". Through examples of his own life, readers are again given understanding and insight into their own personal journeys. A successful Manhattan physician, Scheiner awakes each day happy to be alive, feeling blessed with the joys and sorrows of his life, joyfully connected to All-That-Is and thoroughly savoring his singular journey. "How can the heart soar in the midst of personal struggles and a world in crisis? How can one savor blissful delight when emotional or physical pain takes hold? The answer is easy to state: when one recognizes that the struggles are only illusory and that apparent crisis is a perfect backdrop that offers opportunities for learning and growth; pain is a teaching, and we designed the course... The seemingly impossible task is to take the answer and believe it to be true." While most everyone has dissatisfactions, not everyone questions, nor recognizes that there must be a better way. He invites investment in a spiritual toolbox and offers his tools to do just this. He again bares his soul with a highly personal and sometimes humorous and often shocking "I" ON LIFE, enlarging his interpretation regarding the concept of "God/Universe".
About the Author
Howard Lawrence Scheiner was born to modest beginnings and raised with love in New York City. A graduate of The Mount Sinai School of Medicine, he feels privileged to practice medicine. He shares a busy practice in Manhattan with his medical partner of thirty-plus years, specializing in Internal Medicine and HIV Medicine. Through a close association as a major donor to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, he has had the opportunity to appear on stage in many Broadway and Off-Broadway shows. His own Off-Broadway play, '"And the stars were shining…",' which he wrote, directed, and produced was performed at the Jose Quintero theater, in 2002. A life-long love of music and a bit of inexplicable inspiration can be found in his "Genesis Sonata" for piano which had its public debut in 2009. (He happily shares it on youtube.com) Since then, many other piano compositions have followed. Combining many loves, he founded "The Brent Varner Project, Inc.," a charity that provides free HIV services to those in need through The Actors Fund of America. He remains bound to the city of his birth, residing in Manhattan with Coco the Toy Poodle, Nero the Maltese, Roman, father of Nero, as well as Bobby and Michael, his roommates. Of note, he awakes each day happy to be alive, feeling blessed with all the joys and sorrows of his life, joyfully connected to All-That-Is and thoroughly savoring his singular journey.