Learning from Salmon, and Other Essays
Addresses everyday concerns from personal and marital problems, friendship, and the struggle to accept and be accepted to the bridging of Eastern and Western thought in religion, politics, health, and nature.
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Macrobiotic Beginnings in the United States
Maintenance of Karma
Chewing is to Return to God
Japanese Alphabets and Brain Functions
Jitsu and So
Create Your Own Temple
Message to the North American Macrobiotic Congress
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