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"All is well, for all is one;
the fluid spell is the cold stone;
However voluble, all life is soluble,
into my thought."

Meditations of Margaret Fuller presents sixty reflections from a pioneering thinker described as the mother of the women's movement in America. Margaret Fuller (1810-1850) lived to only forty years of age, yet her name ought to be as familiar as an honored river to every student of Nature and Spirituality. Friend of Emerson and Thoreau, she was a writer, editor, mother, partner and revolutionary. This influential woman loved the natural world and brought the lessons of the earth into a social, political and philosophical outlook that fired her world. Emerson described her as a brave and constant soul, one who had "a wonderful power of inspiring confidence and drawing out of people their last secret."

Chris Highland, a longtime progressive chaplain and teacher, places Fuller's vibrant selections alongside parallel quotations from Buddha and Tao, Torah and Gospel, Van Gogh and Chagall, Mary Oliver and Mahatma Gandhi and many other wise students of Nature. The author's stunning photographs illumine the challenging path offered by Fuller and her companions. Margaret Fuller's strong voice and mind are heard in these pages, calling us to wisely care for the outer and inner streams as master gardeners of Life.

Meditations of Margaret Fuller, as the companion volume to Meditations of John Burroughs, follows the popular series from Wilderness Press celebrating the wisdom of Muir, Thoreau, Emerson and Whitman. --This text refers to the Kindle Edition edition.

About the Author

Born in Seattle, Washington Chris Highland has degrees from Seattle Pacific University and San Francisco Theological Seminary. He served as an interfaith chaplain for twenty-five years and was an ordained Presbyterian minister for many years. Author of six Nature meditation books, he is currently completing a book on radical chaplaincy, My Address is a River, and a "spiritual autobiography" entitled Life After Faith. Chris lives in a Thoreau-size cabin on Whidbey Island in Washington State. His website is

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By H. C. Voss on December 6, 2007
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For anyone who has sat under the comfort of a big tree, sung along with a robin, sauntered under dazzling skies and felt you were loved and nurtured by the simplicity of it all--this is a must have in your pack book.
Chris has captured the essence of Fuller--her inspired works, her reflections, her life in this easy to read, robust book about the heart and soul of our Mother Earth. I am thrilled to see Margaret Fuller's name on a modern day book--she was a woman ahead of her time and deserves a nod from the modern naturlist.
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*Writer, Teacher, Photographer, Poet, Social Worker, "Nature Chaplain"

Master's Degree through the Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley
Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Religion, Seattle Pacific University
Community College Teaching Credential, State of California
Faculty: College of Marin; Cherry Hill Seminary
Adjunct Faculty (former): Dominican University of California
Manager: Senior Cooperative Housing
Director: Emergency Shelter (2008-2010)
Presbyterian Minister (1987-2001)
Interfaith Chaplain (1980-2005)
Freethinker (in the tradition of Paine, Emerson, Frances Wright, Whitman, Burroughs, et al)
Primary website (with blogs):
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