A Little Book for Lovers

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Element, 1996 - Social Science - 111 pages
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This beautiful book inspires us to sense more fully the miracle of love. It eloquently voices that rainbow quality of love that can not be precisely defined but that can touch and transform our lives in profound ways.
Through potent imagery and lyrical language, Dana Goodwin explores the beauty and richness of love, both physical and spiritual. He shows how love is textured by intimacy, vulnerability, compassion, joy beyond mere pleasure, and not least the mystery of oneness between lover and beloved.

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