This book is about how we look at life: the glass half-empty or half-full. The name was inspired by Charlotte Joko Beck’s book, Nothing Special, Living Zen. It was written at an eight-day silent meditation retreat. It was the gift of silence, the time to just be, and a “room of one’s own” that allowed the writing to happen. It was written in between meditation sittings and walking. The prose and poems help inspire one to view life through a glass half-full. It speaks to passionate living, impermanence, imagination and the dark, evil, reincarnation, trust, peaceful rapture, dying/reconciling, and opening to the unknown. It is a reminder that “if we were meant to be perfect, we would not need this life experience.” As one poem states, “This book is not a how to. It is a reminder, A Remembering as we struggle along the way.” $0.99 on Kindle.
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