Being Home: Discovering the Spiritual in the Everyday

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Hidden Spring, 2002 - Religion - 73 pages
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A book of household meditations celebrates the spirituality of everyday objects and activities, examining their relationship to the Divine, while inspiring readers to work toward material, social, and spiritual simplicity in their lives. Reprint.
 

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Contents

Awakening
2
Standing
4
Walking
6
Washing
8
Making the Bed
9
Choosing What to Wear
10
Getting Dressed
11
Looking in the Mirror
13
Reading the Paper
40
Listening
41
Shoveling
43
Laying a Fire
46
Paperwork
47
Taking a Breather
49
Arranging Flow ers
50
Folding Clothes
52

Crossing the Threshold
14
Climbing Stairs
16
Breakfast
18
Opening the Window
20
Planning the Day
21
Sweeping
23
Dusting
25
Taking Out the Trash
27
Sorting Wash
30
Repotting
32
Polishing the Silver
34
Paying Bills
36
Hanging Out the Clothes
38
Ironing
55
Turning on the Light
57
Straightening the Cupboard
59
Setting the Table
60
Cooking
62
Saving Grace
64
Doing the Dishes
65
Mending
66
Locking the Door
68
Setting the Alarm
70
Entering Rest
71
Conclusion
72
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Gunilla Norris is a writer, meditation teacher, and psychotherapist.

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