La Quinta, CA (PRWEB) December 20, 2016
Jack Eadon’s last wish to save the planet materializes as he launches his Save Earth! Campaign. After his last surgery in 2010, Jack had to come to terms with the fact that although surgery was a success, there was a significant amount of trauma to his facial, balance, and especially swallowing nerves. Not only has he been tube-fed for six years, but, for risk of aspiration, he has not had an MRI to confirm that the tumor, which has recurred five times since birth, is actually gone! Are balance symptoms he is now having a result of his difficult recovery or the tumor’s recurrence? “Either way, I’m going to die,” says Eadon. “So, I guess I’d better get on with it!” But Jack not only gets on with it, he lives every day to the fullest! A lot of his time goes to taking care of himself through balance and swallowing therapy, workout exercises, and meditation. Even nourishing himself is a process as it consists of a feeding tube. Yet Jack somehow finds time to keep writing, produce beautiful art, promote both successfully, and believe it or not worry about the future of our planet!
Save Earth! is Jack Eadon’s effort to give back to this world before leaving it. As his heart reflects, his love for nature can only compete with his love for life. Jack Eadon’s Fine Art America page includes many Galleries to attest to this as well as the versatility of his artistic expression. It is from his art that his true legacy takes form into a Campaign to save our planet through his movement, SAVE EARTH!, which is devoted to raising the consciousness of humanity to take steps to stop draining and start sustaining our precious planet. (http://www.jackeadon.com/)
On a plaque that introduces guests to Jack’s at-home gallery, Japanese novelist Kuronyanagi Tetsuko is quoted as saying, ’“Having eyes, but not seeing beauty; having ears, but not hearing music; having minds, but not perceiving truth … These are the things to fear…” Taking that “Live in Color” philosophy makes every minute of every day rich for Eadon; “We are all dying,” Eadon says, “but the question is, are we living in black & white or in color?” Jack’s last wish to Save Earth is not just his legacy within a non-profit. It is a gift of color, music, and transcendent beauty to us all.
About the Author
After multiple careers and a lifetime of experience, Jack is writing his alter-ego into his 8-book American Drama Series and creating art for a worldwide clientele. For more information about Jack Eadon and his Save Earth! Campaign visit http://www.jackeadon.com/ Publicity contact: http://www.readerviews.com.