Sentiero pellerossa (Italian Edition) by Joyce Sequichie Hifler

By Joyce Sequichie Hifler

L'autrice del bestseller Diario pellerossa torna a ispirarci, intrecciando los angeles filosofia e gli insegnamenti della tradizione Cherokee con honest e concrete verità da applicare alla vita di tutti i giorni. Un messaggio di speranza e di incoraggiamento fondato sul rispetto della natura e su una solida fede in ciò che l. a. sostiene. Ogni pagina contiene una citazione di eloquenti determine, quali Capo Seattle, Falco Nero, Satanta, Tecumseh, Ohiyesa e molte altre, che diventano vere e proprie meditazioni quotidiane.

"Tra le realtà che queste sagge meditazioni trasmettono, le principali sono le virtù della pazienza, della compassione e della guarigione",
- Publisher's Weekly

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