“There is a noble fragment within us, a kind of beginning, a small secret...coiled love in fluid stone.” This is the message that is offered to humanity.
René Donovan takes you through a fold in time to Concord, MA in 1842 where she befriends her ancestors as well as the luminaries Thoreau and Emerson.
"Me 'n God in the Coffee Shop" by René Donovan. With a blending of magic and mystery the reader is carried to a place that whispers, "You are a miracle!"
By Morton Thompson...I've read this book several times since it was published in 1960. A great read!!
With clarity and humor, LeClaire reveals how silence has brought joy to her life and helped her foster new connections with nature, with others and with herself.
"The Re-Enchantment of Everyday Life" Thomas Moore guides us to see our lives through "profound, enchanted engagement."
"The Story of the Philadelphia Eleven" by Darlene O'Dell__A story that gives courage to those who seek to fulfill their dreams.
"Unlikely Friendships" by Jennifer Holland. Each story reveals the true power of friendship and the many forms of love that exist in the animal kingdom.
Pamela Blevins' critically acclaimed dual biography of English poet-composer Ivor Gurney and musicologist critic Marion Scott.
"The 30-Day Vegan Challenge" by Colleen Patrick-Goudreau. The ultimate guide to eating cleaner, getting leaner, and living compassionately.
"Beauty, the Invisible Embrace" by John O'Donohue. Rediscovering the true sources of compassion, serenity, and hope.
"New and Selected Poems, Volume One" by Provincetown poet, Mary Oliver. Her poetry reveals a deep spiritual awareness and astonishment with all life.
"New and Selected Poems, Volume Two" by Mary Oliver. Her gift is to connect us with our sources in the natural world.
"What the Bleep do We Know" discovering the endless possibilities for altering your everyday reality.
"The Hidden Messages in Water" by scientist Masaru Emoto. Science and spirit unite resulting in a profound leap in how we view our world.
By Gwen Cooper.
"A fearless feline tale, or how I learned about love and life with a blind wonder cat."
By John O'Donohue___A book of Celtic wisdom provides profound insights on the universal themes of friendship, solitude, love and death.
Fascinating and intriguing...what if J.F.K. had been secretly cloned on the day of his death? Nancy Freedman, the author, created a believable, touching story.