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Breathe the Wind, Drink the Rain: Notes on Being Alive

by Douglas Wood

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New York Times bestselling author, artist and wilderness guide Douglas Wood presents his recipe for being alive. Warm, witty and wise, Breathe the Wind, Drink the Rain is a guidebook to yourself. Text is complemented by Douglas's illustrations.
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A feel-good book to read in less than half an hour. Beautifully illustrated by the author, Douglas Wood. My favorite pages are 42, 43 and 44. They say, in numerical order, "Notice how unusualeverything is." "Make friends with mystery." "Set aside sacred texts and read the Universe." ( )
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New York Times bestselling author, artist and wilderness guide Douglas Wood presents his recipe for being alive. Warm, witty and wise, Breathe the Wind, Drink the Rain is a guidebook to yourself. Text is complemented by Douglas's illustrations.

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