Tell Me the Names of Your Friends, and I Will Tell You Who You Are

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Dog Ear Publishing, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 168 pages
TELL ME THE NAMES OF YOUR FRIENDS...
is the story of Lee Sturgeon Day's year without a voice told through letters she exchanged with friends.

Her previous book, A SLICE OF LIFE describes healing cancer through anthroposophic medicine and therapies 20 years ago.

Praise for A SLICE OF LIFE.

"As with all works of true imagination, we are taken into something universal...through this telling, we are invited to see a new vision - spiritual life is no longer to be found in the secluded monastic life, nor the temple, nor the church, but through the way in which we take up our deepest afflictions."
Dr. Robert Sardello, author and director of the School of Spiritual Psychology.

"An inspiration to cancer patients and enjoyable reading for anyone with or without cancer. Lee Sturgeon Day engages the big questions and life's trivial absurdities with equal vigor, captivating the reader with rare courage, wisdom and rollicking good humor."
Lois Robbins, author of Waking Up in the Age of Creativity.

In TELL ME THE NAMES OF YOUR FRIENDS, readers are treated to the courage, wisdom and compassion of Lee's many friends.

 

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