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The Raw Truth

The Raw Truth: Recipes and Resources for the Living Foods Lifestyleby Jeremy S. SafronWith more than 200 recipes to delight the palate, enticing and colorful photos, and just the r…
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Praying for Strangers

Praying for Strangers: An Adventure of the Human Spiritby River JordanIt was New Year’s Eve 2009, and River Jordan’s two sons were being deployed — one to Iraq and one to Afghanist…
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One-Moment Meditation

Stillness for People on the Goby Martin BorosonImagine this: you no longer need a quiet place, a cushion or mat, or a half hour to meditate. Instead, your day is filled with peacef…
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Film

I Am

The Shift is About to Hit the FanBy Tom ShadyacFilm director Tom Shadyac had it all — a successful film career (Ace Ventura; Liar, Liar; Bruce Almighty), a series of California man…
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Music

Liquid Bells

Singing BowlsDamien RoseThe sound of Tibetan singing bowls might be described as complex purity. Within the sound that is heard when the bowl is struck, there exists the “anahat na…
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Music

Bossa Nova Around the World

Various International ArtistsPutumayo World MusicThe sultry bossa nova (remember “The Girl from Ipanema”?) developed in Brazil in the mid-1950s and is an evolution of samba. More c…
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Every Second Something Happens

Poems for the Mind and SensesSelected by Christine San José and Bill Johnson, with illustrations by Melanie HallPoetry for children has to be the very best. It has to tickle the mi…
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American Veda

From Emerson and the Beatles to Yoga and Meditation: How Indian Spirituality Changed the WestBy Philip Goldberg“You don’t get tired of love, you don’t get tired of joy, you don’t g…
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A Time to Plant

Life Lessons in Work, Prayer and Dirt By Kyle T. Kramer “With deep, sustained attention to the world, it is impossible not to feel awed by it, grateful for its many gifts, moved …