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Summer's Path (Expanded Edition)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 25, 2013


    I am on a continuing quest for higher awareness, reading & listening to books that will expand my understanding of the world & my place in it, and help me "get in the gap." This book fit right in & got me thinking even more about buried feelings & their role in disease. It's not a novel in the classic sense, so it was lacking in character development & plot, but it was well worth reading for MY purposes. I'm not sure it's for everybody, but I sure enjoyed it, and I went right on to Waiting for Autumn, where the story continues.

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  • Posted May 5, 2010

    getting there

    Realitively speaking this book reminded me that even though the universe does support your heart it doesn't allow you to by pass the work necessary for your growth.The best way to move toward your priorities is to discard what no longer serves you. To reach for something greater you must let go of what is right in front of you what you are comfortable with. Wether you are a man or a woman whan faced with a terminal illness there seems to be a sense of urgency to find out who you are and what you are about in the world. Seems like Don wanted to get to soul level thinking, feeling. The key is to strive to understand, realizing that you are no more no less important than those around you. Don came to realize that the only way to higher ground, so to speak is compromise. Don sacrificed a lot, but the end result was learning not to assume anything. Some how some way you will get to where you need to go in life and in death.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 5, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    Spiritual Journey

    I read this book on a plane from Detroit to Miami. When I arrived, I finished it and then read and finished "Waiting for Autumn" before my return to Detroit. They both took me on a spiritual journey that I could not take myself on without help. Scott Blum is very insightful and has a knack for painting a story without too much paint, leaving the reader to fill in the colors. I recommend reading these books in this order.

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