Plant Whatever Brings You Joy: Blessed Wisdom from the Gardenby Kathryn Hall
Grounded in over 20 years of careful observations working in a wide variety of gardens, Hall offers 52 life lessons from the garden, illustrated with a lifetime of rich and heartwarming stories, each designed to spark the reader's own imagination and quest for spiritual and personal insight and growth.
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— Patty Montgomery (author of Mythmaking)
— Joanna Chernauskas (author of Because You Care)
—yet it is so much more than this and touches the heart (my heart anyway) because of it.
—Liz Watkins (The Nutty Gnome, blog, UK)
— Martin Rutte (co-author Chicken Soup for the Soul at Work)
—Ewa Szulc (Ewa in the Garden, blog, Poland)
— Dawna Markova Ph.D. (author of I Will Not Die an Unlived Life and co-author of Random Acts of Kindness)
— Philip Bewley (Philip’s Garden Blog)
garden of your life. Simple and profound, it will help awaken your own graceful flowering!
— Brooke Medicine Eagle (author of Buffalo Woman Comes Singing and The Last Ghost Dance)
— Alan Briskin (author of The Stirring of Soul in the Workplace)
— Margaret J. Wheatley (author of Turning to One Another)
Meet the Author
Kathryn Hall is an internationally known book publicist, who has spent the major part of over three decades promoting books designed to make a difference, expressed in her popular tagline, "Changing the world one book at a time."
Kathryn is the author of the book Plant Whatever Brings You Joy: Blessed Wisdom from the Garden (Estrella Catarina, 2010), a popular gardening blogger, a passionate gardener, a devoted mother, a keen Nature observer and an animal lover. She was the contributing health writer for The Financial Times Guide to Business Travel (Financial Times/Prentice Hall, London). Her articles have appeared in Science of Mind magazine, Ode Magazine, The Whole Person Calendar, Personal Excellence, Ode Online, Bird Watcher's Digest, the San Francisco Business Times, Journal for Quality and Participation, Western North Carolina Woman, Training and Development Journal and Garden Writer Association's Quill and Trowel. She is a Twitter Contributor for the San Francisco Chronicle.
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This garden book doesn't seem to be big, just 228 pages. But if you read it, impression is changing - the book grows much, much bigger. "Blessed wisdom from the garden" becomes heartwarming book of treasure. Cover design fits perfectly the nature of the 52 short stories embracing the garden and life, written in unique style. When I read a book or Kathryn's blog I am always astonished with her easy, natural and skillful writing style. I bet, that use of words will also surprise you! When I read it, I wanted to enjoy every page, every story as long as possible, because I had a feeling that a close friend is sharing life wisdom and whispering life affirmations to my ear. This garden book is not only filled with entertaining backyard stories, it brings also intense spiritual beauty - these stories teach and nourish soul and spirit.