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Sweet Fruit from the Bitter Tree: 61 Stories of Creative & Compassionate…

by Mark Andreas

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An enlightening collection of short stories apparently told by a wide variety of individuals who experienced dramatically difficult and challenging events with other individuals. Rather than anger, conflict, and loss, they found creative and healing ways to respond. Instructive and potentially useful. ( )
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Enjoy these fascinating stories of how real people dealt with conflict situations by responding in unusual and creative ways that most of us would never think of. Some intensely moving, some funny, some startling or surprising -- these stories will bring tears to your eyes and open your heart with a deep appreciation for what is possible. These pages cover the full spectrum of life -- from the kinds of conflicts that all of us face, to the intensity of war and threats of extreme violence. The solutions each person finds here are unique -- no two are exactly the same. You'll stay on the edge of your seat through the last page. Why say more when you can read the first three stories in six minutes? These stories speak for themselves.

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