There is a stone angel sitting in the front yard tree at the home of Doctor Stanley P. Silverblatt. Even if possessed with a peculiar gift of flight, this angel is grounded. A broken wing gives silent testimony to its situation. Why such a presence? Delivering a message? Had an accident? Why now visible? Precious Maxine, wife and companion of the doctor for nearly fifty years, she might have known, but she succumbed to leukemia four years earlier. That untimely separation has not stopped Stanley from frequently talking to her, part of this story’s description in this newly published memoir, Angel in the Tree. The Angel is the silent listener. Much of the recall is shared outside in the presence of the angel who by now is considered a “guest,” privy to the conversations. The Angel remains a captive audience. The presence of this grounded creature remains an unanswered mystery. There is no revelation nor an informed revelator.
This memoir is a story of family, love, relationships, faith, and change. A supernatural physical healing experienced by Doctor Silverblatt leads to a personal relationship with God. The born again experience permeates his family, medical practice, and personal relationships. This memoir is a remainder of God’s involvement in all our lives and what changes can and do take place under His direction. Curious to learn more? So, read this story from beginning to end; you will be inspired and uplifted.