Hope for the Flowers

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Paulist Press, 1972 - Religion - 144 pages
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The ageless, timeless story of caterpillars, Stripe and Yellow, is a very simple story of life, death, goals, alternatives, anxiety, hope, and becoming. (Adapted from Amazon.com website: http://www.amazon.com/Hope-Flowers-Trina-Paulus/dp/0809117541 - accessed 18/03/2011).

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User Review  - Cheryl_in_CC_NV - LibraryThing

Simplistic and long-winded. Whether you fly to the top, or climb, should be up to you - not something you do because someone else told you what to do. And what if you don't even want to get to the top at all? I like Silverstein's The Missing Piece, but I don't like this.... Read full review

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User Review  - KEFeeney - LibraryThing

An anecdotal tale about getting off the hamster wheel of success and having faith that following your own path, with help from others, will get you to a place of happiness. Read full review

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Paulus is vice-president of Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute and Cornucopia Network of New Jersey.

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