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Everyday Sacred: A Woman's Journey Home (original 1995; edition 1996)
by Sue Bender
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0062512900, Paperback)When Sue Bender proudly announced to a friend that her first book, Plain and Simple had made it to the New York Times bestseller list, her friend immediately shot back, "But what number on the list are you?" Bender was shocked, realizing that nothing we accomplish seems like enough in our overly pressured world. In Everyday Sacred we follow Bender on her quest to make every moment enough. Cleaning a desk, sipping cappuccino, making computer connections, and appreciating freshly painted walls all become opportunities to satiate one's life with sacred encounters. The end product reads like an Amish quilt--simple vignettes sewn together to create a comfortable lifetime companion.
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Using the Zen symbol of the empty beggar's bowl this is the author's search for the sacred in everyday life in her journey.
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