Where the Heart is: A Celebration of Home
Julienne Bennett, Mimi Luebbermann
Wildcat Canyon Press, 1995 - Social Science - 195 pages
The home is an integral part of our social fabric. Where the Heart Is is an intimate, thought provoking book on the many facets of the true meaning of home--with contributions from Louise Hay, Mollie Katzen, Ram Dass, Sue Halpern, and many more. A percentage of profits from the sale of the book will be donated to Habitat for Humanity.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
PART ONE Home as Place 1 Home is a Place 2
f In My Heart and on the Map 10 My Spot 11 Coming
An Icy Arctic Home 16 The Neighborhood 17 Buyers
12 other sections not shown
Alison Hawthorne Deming altar America asked Barry Gifford beautiful bedroom born breath build California candle celebrate Central Park Conservancy ceremony Chief Seattle child clean comfort Copyright dreams earth East Bay Habitat Emily eyes father favorite filled with love fire fish floor friends garden grandmother Habitat For Humanity happy heart homeless husband inside kitchen knew Kumeyaay land leave light living room look mandala Marin County memories Mollie Katzen morning mother Mother Meera moved neighborhood neighbors never night P.O. Box paint parents peace piece remember ritual room is blessed roots sacred safe San Francisco San Francisco Examiner sense shtetl sleep smell smudge stick someone South spirit stay stove Sukkot summer taste of cherry things thought toilet town tree house walk walls warm wind window wonder words writing