The Art of Being: Recapturing the Self
An inspirational guide complemented by serene nature photography is based on the author's personal philosophies of managing stress by taking out healthy time for oneself, sharing essays on the struggles of contemporary life while making recommendations on restoring inner harmony and peace through periods of solitude and silence, contemplating nature, and undertaking retreats. 50,000 first printing.
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