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Faces in the Rocks... A Spiritual Journey.…

Faces in the Rocks... A Spiritual Journey.

by Randy and Judy Brown

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0979208602, Hardcover)

The most unique book and gift for any age. This book was born from the Columbine Tragedy. While hiking to escape the sadness of Columbine, the authors took photos of faces in the rocks for a period of seven years. These unique photos were combined with sayings by philosophers and others to create an amazing synergism of meaning, art and photography. It is a book that heals you, a book that teaches you, and a book that makes you laugh. The sadness of the world is stripped away and the folly and depth of life is revealed for readers of all ages. The experience of seeing these faces found in rocks in the Colorado Mountains is a spiritual journey that changes the reader forever. The photo of Jesus is so beautiful and peaceful that it is, by itself, a religious experience. The photo of the Native American Indian is so full of meaning that his spirit captures you forever. A book like none you have ever seen before.

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