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100 Ways to Keep Your Soul Alive: Living Deeply and Fully Every Day Paperback – May 19, 1994
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4 -- Try Not to Panic
"I will try not to panic, to keep my standard of living modest, and to work steadily, even shyly, in the spirit of those medieval carvers who so fondly sculpted the undersides of choir seats." - John Updike, quoted in "Life" magazine
"Act today without expecting to receive any recognition or reward in return."
Each of these little gems is a good point for contemplation or even meditation. None what you'll find here is new to the world, and much of it is repeated in multiple sources. Nonetheless, the quotes and ideas are thoughtfully collected and amount to a portable collection of inspiration. The introduction is as valuable as the rest of the book in reminding us to feed the soul daily. Highly recommended.
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This little book contains some excellent reminders and is an uplifting reference. Gets me in synch with my soul quickly. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Lisa
I liked the book so much that I sent copies to all my friends. It is a wonderful way to start the day.Published 20 months ago by r.isaacs
In this crazy day of non-stop stimulation, it is tough to stop and....just stop. The tips in this book suggest how to narrow our focus and turn inward a bit for some respite and... Read morePublished on January 31, 2014 by Rose M. Filice
A neat little book that starts with a very brief suggestion, followed by a quote and then an activity to help the reader apply the ideals of the message in their life. Read morePublished on September 23, 2013 by Tiny Thought Guy