The Hidden Beauty of Everyday Life

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New World Library, Jan 1, 2009 - Body, Mind & Spirit
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Nerburn's simple, elegant book reads like a devotional. It's an easy read with a central theme: enjoy, experience, all of life. A fine, thoughtful, book. Read full review

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Contents

THE SERMON OF THE BIRDS
11
THE BOY WHO WOULDNT LEAVE
19
THE QUIET MOTHER
22
MY FATHERS TOOLBOX
26
KITE DANCER
30
SURPRISED BY GOD
34
THE VISIT
38
TWO OLD MEN
42
THE CONVERSATION
45
THE CIRCLE
49
TRAVELERS REST
58
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
61
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Page 4 - There is only one time when it is essential to awaken. That time is now.

About the author (2009)

Kent Nerburn holds a PhD in both theology and art. He is an author, sculptor, and educator who has been involved in Native American issues and education. He developed and directed an award-winning oral history project on the Red Lake Ojibwe reservation in northern Minnesota. He has edited several books on Native American subjects including Native American Wisdom, The Wisdom of the Native Americans, and The Soul of an Indian. He is also the author of Letters to My Son, The Wolf at Twilight, Simple Truths: Clear and Gentle Guidance on the Big Issues of Life, Small Graces: The Quiet Gifts of Everyday Life, and Ordinary Sacred: The Simple Beauty of Everyday Life. In 1995, Neither Wolf Nor Dog won the Minnesota Book Award.

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