Zen Gardening

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Berkley Books, 1996 - Gardening - 183 pages
Our relationship with our garden mirrors our relationship with all the world - nourishing, reciprocal, deeply connected. Taking inspiration from the words of writers, artists, and great Zen thinkers, this book recounts the incomparable satisfaction we can achieve by working in harmony with nature instead of battling against it...and reminds us of the lessons we can learn, and the joy we can reap, through gardening.

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Lilacs
20
The Raised Beds
26
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Veronica Ray is a free-lance writer living in Minneapolis. She is the author of Design for Growth, Twelve Steps for Adult Children, and the Moment to Reflect Series, which are pocket-sized pamphlets entitled: Setting Boundaries, Accepting Ourselves, Letting Go, Living Our Own Lives, Our Higher Power, Serenity, and Giving and Receiving. She also wrote Communicating with Love and Striking a Balance: How to Care without Care-taking, two of the pamphlets in the Renewal for Codependents series. Hazelden publishes all of these titles.

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