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No Small Thing – Mindful Meditations (NoSmallThing.net) was launched in 2010 with the intention of reflecting on experiences that generated feelings of gratitude in order to create a positive mood and orientation to life. As of fall of 2019, over 500 reflections (mindful meditations) have been published along with over 100 tips that can be employed in a gratitude practice. ...more
Paperback, 180 pages
Published December 5th 2019 by Gatekeeper Press
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THIS is the book to get you through the coronovirus shutdown. Together with the workbook, Deborah Hawkins takes the reader through her process of incorporating gratitude into daily life, with her artful reflections. A quick chapter a day is like a daily dose of medicine to see the world with a perspective of love and joy by finding delight in "small" things that we don't see until we open our hearts and minds. This is a Rx for the soul during the pandemic. Highly recommended.
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Returning to her hometown in 2008, after nearly one year spent, unsuccessfully, trying to create a new career in a new town, Deborah Hawkins found herself fighting depression and struggling to maintain solvency. In her early fifties, looking for financial help from her family was especially hard. A car accident, caused by an uninsured driver, kept her off her feet for months. She felt cursed. She ...more

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