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Moving toward the millionth circle : energizing the global women's movement : advocating a global conference on women

Author: Jean Shinoda Bolen
Publisher: San Francisco, CA : Conari Press, ©2013.
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Theo Grutter is a big, friendly bear of an unpretentious, spontaneous outdoorsman. Born and educated mostly in Switzerland to enter the corporate world, he soon discovered that this life wasn't for him. He moved to Paris and married Clara, a concert pianist. They landed in New York to search for a lifestyle more to their liking in which to raise a family, which soon grew to include five children. They lived in many  Read more...
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Bolen, Jean Shinoda.
Moving toward the millionth circle.
San Francisco, CA : Conari Press, ©2013
(OCoLC)825047744
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jean Shinoda Bolen
ISBN: 9781618520326 1618520326 9781609259228 160925922X
OCLC Number: 840114199
Description: 1 online resource (113 pages)
Contents: Cover; Copyright; Contents; Introduction; 1. To what would I amount, were I only born once?; 2. Dear adventurer, think of an encounter, any encounter. Here is your chance for a work of art.; 3. I train to become an acrobat and walk the tightrope. I train in the art of not taking a side.; 4. Theo, beware of a teacher who insists that, we, the clan of man, we are superior outsiders in the family of life. That teacher is out to steal something from you.; 5. The power of intent; 6. Joy laughs in a zillion different ways.; 7. Song of the Earth. 8. Too tired of not knowing, yet a seductive mirage kept him going.9. Fecundity of the mind; 10. Life is a trilliped.; 11. Seasons of good-heartedness; 12. A custom-mafe egoism for any size of job; 13. Let my encounters be my adventures.; 14. Basics for serenity; 15. I am waist deep in blaming, and I am still shoveling to free myself.; 16. Thank you, Oceans and Forests, you are a hundred sisters and brothers to me.; 17. Life, that glorious miracle of ""injustice""; 18. Comments on our western goodness that lives high on credit. 19. Should I become known? Or should I become a slick boat that leaves the least wake behind?20. Life smiles permissively at our stern, manmade commandments.; 21. May a religion''s story enchant us better than Prozac.; 22. To compete in truthfulness is the first discipline in Life''s Olympic Games.; 23. As for you, so for a piece of land, it''s the absolute necessity that you are as you are.; 24. A language more refined than words; 25. Are the general practitioners becoming an endangered species? 26. Remember, Theo, when you lament your loss of freedom, your lament is also an ode to freedom, the freedom of another man, or another wind, to keep you lying low. 27. The Earth is luch with the beautiful flower of apparent injustice.; 28. Take hatred, Theo. Sit down with this unwanted child, and hear it out.; 29. And now, what will Theo do with the heap of people, acts and things he has learned to demonize?; 30. The helpful abnormalities and defects; 31. The wisdom hiding in a thorn; 32. The longest walk. 33. A grapevine in the vineyard buds below its graft, and turns again a little wild. Does it have a free will?34. The virtue of help; 35. Here''s a story of why wilderness is dangerous company for the mind.; 36. Observing nature annoys my common sense.; 37. More notes from my serenity quest; 38. Cures of a species; 39. Here, a story of worms; 40. No intellectual construction has made me more of an intellectual couch potato than the comfy notion of evil. Innumerable hard questions are swiftly covered up with this tool.; 41. A religion fit for the outdoors.
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Theo Grutter is a big, friendly bear of an unpretentious, spontaneous outdoorsman. Born and educated mostly in Switzerland to enter the corporate world, he soon discovered that this life wasn't for him. He moved to Paris and married Clara, a concert pianist. They landed in New York to search for a lifestyle more to their liking in which to raise a family, which soon grew to include five children. They lived in many places, finally settling in a small Mexican Pacific coast fishing village in winter and traveling up to Sitka, Alaska in the summers, where Theo still fishes as a solitary commercia.

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