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Listening for Our Song: Collected Meditations (Collected Meditations, V.…

by Margaret L. Beard

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Meditation Manual Collection 2002 ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 155896438X, Hardcover)

 Over fifty meditations suitable for public and private use.

 Part of the series of collected meditations that includes Day of Promise, What We Share, and All the Gifts of Life.

 Includes inspiring observations about the natural world, solitary reflections and celebrations of family and community life.

Meditations prompt the quiet reflection we need to counter the busy days of our lives. Ranging from solitary reflections to social commentary, from wry humor to poignant memory, these readings urge us to reconnect with our inner selves.

"Beginnings and endings have a magic and a mystery that cause us to stop and listen. When we are in the presence of such moments of transformation, we feel ourselves drawn into a profound and compelling encounter with the most vital and real dimensions of life. And in between those times, we move through the seasons of life, and step back and forth through memory and imagination, from what was our beginning to what will be our end." — from "Lifeline" by David S. Blanchard

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