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The Faithful Gardener: A Wise Tale About That Which Can Never Die (1995)

by Clarissa Pinkola Estes (Author)

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A perfect book, small and only takes a few hours to read, while having great spiritual depth. A prayer that is included is very meaningful and inspires anyone who is down to get up, and to raise your hands to the heavens. The author describes being a child and learning from her uncle who survived World War II in Hungary. ( )
  hangen | Jul 12, 2010 |
I loved this story. It is something I will hold onto and read to my kids. ( )
  jknoester | Jan 26, 2010 |
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New seed
is faithful.
It roots deepest
in the places
that are
most empty.
--C.P. Estes
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A draga clodoknek. Sokan nincsenek mar kozottunk, de szibunknrn meg mindig elnek. y Por los deportados y emigrantes de mi familia que han cruzado el rio, otra vez y otra vez, en dos direcciones, con sus sombreros y sus corazones en sus manos. y To the faithful fourteen of Storm King Mountain, who gave their lives for love of people and the forest. They shall all live forever.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 006251380X, Hardcover)

Clarissa Pinkola Estés, Ph.D., the internationally known poet, psychoanalyst, and author of the seminal classic Women Who Run With The Wolves (99 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list, translated into eighteen languages, and a bestseller worldwide), touches our lives anew, rendering in the strong and lyrical voice for which she has become known a powerful series of her signature healing stories.

These elegantly interlocked tales of loss, survival, and fierce rebirth center around Dr. Estes's uncle, a war-ravaged Hungarian peasant farmer and refugee, a faithful gardener, and a storehouse of stories who was one of the "dancing fools, wise old crows, grumpy sages, and 'almost saints' who made up the old people" in Estés's childhood.

Told with graceful simplicity, deep feeling, generous humor, and profound optimism, The Faithful Gardener is, at its captivating core, the story of an open-hearted child who listened well to her old-country elders and who grew up to remember, to bear witness, and, as one of the premier storytellers of our times, to remind readers and listeners of all ages of "that magisterial life force within all things that strengthens us in times of turmoil or transition, that faithful force which can never die."

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