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Bicycling Home, My Journey to Find God Paperback – July 15, 2014
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
''A gifted writer, Virginia has taken me on a Journey filled with awe, terror, and ultimate peace. I climbed every hard-won pass with her as she pedaled toward higher truths and deeper understandings. I marveled at the majesty of God's glorious earth-making as seen through her eyes. She renewed for me old and trusted friends in the quotes of Tillich, Merton, St. Teresa of Avila, and a host of others. I feel deep gratitude for having been on this Journey. This story is soulful, engaging, and deeply moving.'' --The Rev. Dr. Gwynne Guibord, The Guibord Center - Religion Inside Out, Los Angeles
''It is risky baring one's soul to the world but Virginia is clearly prepared to take that risk. In the process she has reached the insight that the search for one's true self is the search for God, and vice versa. Her honesty in that quest is a breath of fresh air.'' --Richard M. Gray, M.Div., PhD
About the Author
Virginia Mudd, a California native, has followed her heart into many diverse arenas--politics, business, education, the arts--as well as numerous bicycling adventures. Beneath it all has flowed the deeper call to self-discovery and personal knowledge of the divine. Virginia is also the author of Across America on the Yellow Brick Road. She lives in New Mexico with her husband and family of beloved animals.
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I don't consider myself a religious person, and wasn't sure I could relate to a quest for god, but something about this book drew me in. This is no milk toast woman! She is earthy, passionate, and speaks quite plainly with fierce, honest language. She is one tough cookie.
I am so happy I found this book, and recommend it highly.
This an important and enlightening book for all of us, as the great mystics tell us, "Within every human heart lies a terrible homesickness for God."
Nona Mock Wyman--author Chopstick Childhood and Bamboo Women. Owner of Ming Quong, a store in Walnut Creek, California where I met Virginia.