The Gardener's Guide to Life: Timeless Lessons Based on the Principles of Gardening

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Criswell Freeman
Midpoint Trade Books Incorporated, Jul 1, 1997 - Gardening - 160 pages
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Success in the garden depends on certain unchanging principles. This book celebrates the gentle wisdom of gardening through the words of philosophers, poets, naturalists and, above all, gardeners. If you're ready to dig for insights about land and life, you'll find these ideas invaluable.

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Contents

Introduction
13
Gratitude
15
Planning
27
Diligence
39
Attention
53
Silence
61
Optimism
71
Patience
81
Perseverance
91
Lifetime Learning
103
Time
117
Reverence
125
Enjoying the Bounty
137
Sources
149
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About the author (1997)

The Washington Post" called Freeman "possibly the most prolific 'quote book' writer in America." With little fanfare, Dr. Freeman has compiled and edited well over a hundred titles that have now sold over 8 million copies. Criswell is a Doctor of Clinical Psychology, earning his undergraduate degree at Vanderbilt University. He is married and has two daughters.

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