A Man's Journey to Simple Abundance

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Scribner, 2000 - Self-Help - 448 pages
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Organized into sections that examine the departures, crossroads, and destinations that occur in every man's life, this volume is a candid collection of more than 50 essays written by men from a wide array of experience. From Sting, who speaks honestly about risk, to essayist Rick Bass, who explores men's grief, the essays in this book provide a celebration of what it means to be a man today.

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This is a series of vignettes from a cross-section of prominent people, including photojournalist Greg Morinavitch, Sting, Charles Simony, Ben Cheever, and Thomas Moore, designed to promote better ... Read full review

A man's journey to simple abundance

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Books mapping men's feelings are hard to come by. This title, the first under Scribner's Simple Abundance Press imprint, blends the voices of 52 men from all walks of life into a beautiful picture of ... Read full review


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Sarah Ban Breathnach is publisher of Simple Abundance Press & president & CEO of Simple Abundance, Inc., a consulting firm specializing in publishing & multimedia projects that give creative expression to the timeless Simple Abundance principles & the concept of personal authenticity. Her #1 bestselling books include "Simple Abundance: A Daybook for Comfort & Joy", "Something More: Excavating Your Authentic Self", "The Simple Abundance Journal of Gratitude", & "A Man's Journey to Simple Abundance". She lives in Washington, D.C.

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