Beach Wisdom: Life Lessons From The Ocean

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Apr 2, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 80 pages
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The beach has the power to restore us to ourselves. A day spent watching the waves or a long walk along the water's edge can bring us back to our center and remind us of the wisdom that resides within us all the time. At the ocean, it is possible to forget your daily worries and reconnect with your true self.

A beautifully designed keepsake book, Beach Wisdom: Life Lessons from the Ocean offers spirited and contemplative philosophies about joy, trust, abundance, and common sense, accompanied by gorgeous full-color photographs.

* Go in the water, even if it's cold.

* When you catch a wave, ride it.

* Just when you think it's getting too deep, you'll find a sandbar.

* Sometimes the best thing is to jump right in.

* To find the best shells, you have to walk slowly.

Throughout Beach Wisdom, exhilarating photos and inspiring text artfully merge to capture the power and relevance of the ocean in our lives. Its pages bring a sense of peace and awareness to everyone who reads it.

 

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Fun Book!

User Review  - shirley1948 - Overstock.com

A nice little coffee table book for the sunroom!! I got two...one for me and one for a friend. Read full review

great gift

User Review  - yaicha - Overstock.com

This wa a gift for my motherinlaw Its a great little book for anyone who loves the beach. Nice photos and everday wisdom. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4

About the author (2003)

Elizabeth Cogswell Baskin is the CEO and creative director of Tribe, Inc., an advertising agency with a focus on branded content. She is the author of several books. Elizabeth lives in Atlanta with her husband and son, and does her best to say no to anything that isn't a clear "Hell yes!"

Elizabeth Cogswell Baskin is a writer who lives in Atlanta but dreams of working from the screened porch of some old beach house on an island somewhere. Keith Bennett is an Atlanta art director, artist, musician, and writer who likes beach trips very much, as long as he can still get the New York Times every morning. Terry Allen is a photographer based in Athens, Ga., who would rather be at the beach than anywhere else on earth.

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