100 Ways To Keep Your Soul Alive: Living Deeply And Fully Every Day

Paperback | May 19, 1994

byFrederic Brussat

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This delightful book is truly a care package for the soul, full of practical wisdom for daily living and one hundred concise suggestions for healing and feeding the spirit.

FREDERIC and MARY ANN BRUSSAT are the editors of the Values & Visions

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This delightful gift book is truly a care package for the soul, with 100 concise suggestions for day-to-day nuturing and healing of the spirit. Quotations from such diverse sources as Thomas Moore, Zen master Suzuki-roshi, and The Talmud offer strategies that highlight the sacred in daily life, providing nourishment for self-esteem, im...

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This delightful book is truly a care package for the soul, full of practical wisdom for daily living and one hundred concise suggestions for healing and feeding the spirit.FREDERIC and MARY ANN BRUSSAT are the editors of the Values & Visions

Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat are the editors and writers of Values & Visions magazine, which Bill Moyers has called "the most original and refeshing guide to what's truly valuable in American society." They live in New York, NY.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:128 pages, 6 × 4 × 0.26 inPublished:May 19, 1994Publisher:HarperCollins

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ISBN - 10:0062510509

ISBN - 13:9780062510501

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This delightful gift book is truly a care package for the soul, with 100 concise suggestions for day-to-day nuturing and healing of the spirit. Quotations from such diverse sources as Thomas Moore, Zen master Suzuki-roshi, and The Talmud offer strategies that highlight the sacred in daily life, providing nourishment for self-esteem, imagination, and soulfulness.