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Member: LadySavant

CollectionsYour library (290), Wishlist (34), Currently reading (1), All collections (323)


TagsMetaphysics (91), Pagan (72), read (48), spells (33), audiobook (30), health (19), Recomended by T (17), resource (14), magic (10), novel (9) — see all tags

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About meI love books. I have as long as I can remember. I start many more books then I finish.

I also love crafting and so many things in life that I don't always read the books I so cherish. I know, very strange. I am trying to rectify that though.

About my libraryLittle bit of this, little bit of that... I am eclectic in all things. >;) Keeps life interesting that way.

GroupsMystical & Spiritual, The Witches of LibraryThing

Favorite authorsTed Andrews, Rachel Caine, P. C. Cast, Scott Cunningham, Phyllis Curott, Taylor Ellwood, Laurell K. Hamilton, Kim Harrison, Charles de Lint, Lupa, Andre Norton, Christopher Penczak, Tamora Pierce, Anne Rice, J. K. Rowling, Patricia Telesco, Catherynne M. Valente, Bill Whitcomb (Shared favorites)


Favorite bookstoresNew Renaissance Bookshop, Powell's City of Books (Portland)

Favorite librariesClackamas Corner Library, Ledding Library of Milwaukie, Multnomah County Library - Hollywood Branch, Multnomah County Library - Woodstock Branch

Also onEtsy, LiveJournal, Twitter, YouTube

LocationPortland, Oregon

Account typepublic, lifetime

URLs /profile/LadySavant (profile)
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Member sinceFeb 9, 2007

Currently readingSpace/Time Magic by Taylor Ellwood

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In our concern for others, we worry less about ourselves. When we worry less about ourselves an experience of our own suffering is less intense. What does this tell us? Firstly, because our every action has a universal dimension, a potential impact on others’ happiness, ethics are necessary as a means to ensure that we do not harm others. Secondly, it tells us that genuine happiness consists in those spiritual qualities of love, compassion, patience, tolerance and forgiveness and so on. For it is these which provide both for our happiness and others’ happiness.

— His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama
So....You think my library is interesting huh? Well atleast one of us does lol ;-)
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Kris @:)
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