Bear A Life Seasoned With Sage

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Xlibris Corporation, Jul 2, 2004 - Religion - 254 pages
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In this fictitious story it is rare for stuffed animals to have the wisdom as created by the author. Grandpa Koala is the wise ‘stuff’ of the clan. He prays and plays. He scolds and loves. The stuffs are counseled by Grandpa Koala. The ‘stuffs’ learned to balance their lives based on the sage that is seasoned with Grandpa Koala’s wisdom. Even JB has to smile even though his turned down mouth can not. Tiger learns he can make his trip home on his own tracks. Over 30 stuffed animals in Ms. Stuff’s collection will try to walk you through all kind of things that can happen in a lifetime. Ms. Stuff wants the reader to understand that there are all kind of things which should happen to them, just as there are those which should not happen. She hopes to help others avoid the disappointments, cruelty, moments of fear, or abandonment. The stuffed animals experience the highs and lows, the ups and the downs, the beautiful and the very ugly. In spite of the adversities of life they learn to “hold the hand of God.” As the readers read this story, it is hoped that they will learn to bear a life seasoned with sage. Remember the ́stuffs ́ did not invent their wisdon it was handed down. Pass it on to others.


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About the author (2004)

 Carolyn Suzanne Gill Davis (Baird/Jackson) was born in Indianapolis, Indiana and moved to California two years after she graduated from Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. She received her Master of Arts Degree from Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, California.  She retired after 38 years in the field of social work and education and moved back home.  She is the mother of one daughter, grandmother of eight grandchildren and great grandmother of one great grandson.  She is the author of The Fall of My Beginning and Bear a Life Seasoned with Sage. Carolyn enjoys traveling, needle work, photography, and a collection of stuffed animals. She is active in church and many organizations. 

Ms. Davis wrote: My stimulant to write is motivated by life.  Life is a road of mountains, valleys, and level plains.  Which are orchestrated by the great conductor GOD.

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