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The idea of this is better than the execution. The selections were not the best for meditating and reflecting on. Read morePublished 22 days ago by J. Carr
In the frantic and material culture of accumulation it is refreshing to be reminded that human beings "cannot live by bread alone. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Pure Stream
Just the thing for a moment of reflection on what nature brings to us.Published 3 months ago by Kiwi
Who could not speak well of John Muir's poetic and majestic texture of emotions he had for our beautifully raw landscape. He is a master of love for our planet. Read morePublished 4 months ago by olulpana
I am glad this man helped to preserve so much of what many of us enjoy today. Hopefully, we will be able to carry on his legacy.
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My husband and I were very pleased with the timeliness of delivery and condition of the book itself. I know that he will enjoy reading this book!Published 8 months ago by Linda Fogle
John Muir was gifted in many ways, with writing one of his many talents. The entries in this book are absolutely beautiful. Read morePublished 12 months ago by S. Fisher
One of my most favorite works on nature to read. I've read it over and over, and every line still rings true. Perfect for trailside meditation. This book is always in my pack.Published 12 months ago by Jennifer Jones
John Muir had always been one of my heroes. He was a giant of a man and if it were not for him and committed people like him we would not have any wild places left in this country. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Quo Vadis?