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ZELDA'S COSMIC COLORING BOOK, for Children of All Ages
by Zelda Leah Gatuskin, 1996, Amador Publishers
ISBN 978-0-938513-21-4, Trade paper, 22 pp., $5.00
If you think about it, there's not much difference between a person and a flower.
What do you think cats think about when they're sitting by the fire?
Do things think?
If you think too much, everything seems silly, incuding you.
Sometimes we don't say what we think, or think about what we do.
Everyone thinks about running away from time to time.
We all think, "What would it be like to be someone else?"
I think even the stars sometimes think a change of scenery would help.
If you think about it, there's not much difference between the sea and the sky.
Think what it would be like to live in a seashell.
Think what it would be like to fly.
Do parrots think about what people think about?
If you think about it, there's not much difference between a person and a bird.
When we sleep, we think in dreams.
If you think about it, we're all made of the same shapes, and called by the same words.
Thinking makes the things we think about part of us, it's the missing link.
I think that thinking and dreaming make our world what it is. What do you think?