A Woman's Path: Women's Best Spiritual Travel Writing

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Lucy McCauley, Amy Greimann Carlson, Jennifer Leo
Travelers' Tales, Incorporated, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 288 pages
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A Buddhist nun goes AWOL to roam the French countryside and discovers a wild spirituality. A hellish trip through the mountains of Peru turns mystical and offers a vision. More than just adventure, the writing in A Woman's Path shares the unforgettable moments when a journey opens a traveler's eyes and profoundly alters who she is. Around the globe and across all religions, these tales of discovery offer an uncommon look at personal transformation, whether by the trials of stolen luggage and harrowing rides or the joys of seeking out extraordinary people, places, and experiences. Inspiring and insightful, this illustrated collection invites all women to step outside their everyday lives and welcome an awakening. Contributors include Anne Lamott, Maya Angelou, Linda Ellerbee, Kim Chernin, and Natalie Goldberg, among others.

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The "Travelers' Tales" series continues to excel in informative and exciting writing, taking readers on adventurous armchair journeys. In addition to focusing on food, humor, countries, etc., the ... Read full review

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About the author (2003)

McCauley is a freelance writer and editor.

Amy G. Carlson lives in Leavenworth, WA.

Jennifer Leo lives in Eugene, OR.

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