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The Wolf, the Woman, the Wilderness by Martino
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There are few books that I take the time to review. After all, it is just my opinion anyway. But this book spoke to my in a deep place, a place that is in inconsolable mourning as I watch so many species careening down the same dark tunnel that we ar ...more
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On a Farther Shore by William Souder
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“The duende....Where is the duende? Through the empty archway a wind of the spirit enters, blowing insistently over the heads of the dead, in search of new landscapes and unknown accents: a wind with the odour of a child's saliva, crushed grass, and medusa's veil, announcing the endless baptism of freshly created things.”
Federico García Lorca
The Memory Garden by M. Rickert
“Life is what you remember, Nan thinks as she shoves dirt into the old sneaker. Who can remember everything? Well, no one, and that’s a blessing. Life is and always has been a composition, much like this garden; it will not be contained and cannot be determined.”
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Joseph Chilton Pearce
“What we are teaches the child far more than what we say, so we must be what we want our children to become.”
Joseph Chilton Pearce, Teaching Children to Love: 80 Games and Fun Activities for Raising Balanced Children in an Unbalanced World

Whitley Strieber
“The old world was destroyed because of its own greed and secretiveness. Those least evolved rose to the top, as happens here. Your leaders, as you call them, are all people with damaged senses of self-worth. The damaged goods run the civilization. That’s why it cannot last."
"Abraham Lincoln was damaged goods?"
"The need to lead is a symptom.”
Whitley Strieber, The Key: A True Encounter

“I had it all planned.

That was my first mistake.”
Vivian Swift, Le Road Trip: A Traveler's Journal of Love and France

M. Rickert
“Life is what you remember, Nan thinks as she shoves dirt into the old sneaker. Who can remember everything? Well, no one, and that’s a blessing. Life is and always has been a composition, much like this garden; it will not be contained and cannot be determined.”
M. Rickert, The Memory Garden

Joseph Chilton Pearce
“To live a creative life we must first lose the fear of being wrong.”
Joseph Chilton Pearce

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