12 Lessons on Life I Learned from My Garden: Spiritual Guidance from the Vegetable Patch
Using gardening as a metaphor for the human condition, author Vivian Glyck shows us that a well-tended life can flourish and expand just as a garden will thrive and produce great bounty when properly cared for. Vivian's friendly, touching, and often humorous anecdotes change abstract spiritual principles into practical, real-life wisdom. Her transformative experiences in her garden and in her life - from the joy of watching her tomatoes ripen to a perfect, juicy red to facing a life-threatening illness that baffled doctors - lends poignant authenticity to her words. 12 Lessons on Life I Learned from My Garden will help anyone who has ever struggled with their own evolution, contemplated mistakes they've made in relationships, and looked inward for answers. This precious volume embraces the joy and pain of growth and celebrates the harvest we can expect when we pay attention to the truth of our own intuition.
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Balance Is Key
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