Woodland Manitou: To Be on Earth is a collection of essays rooted in the rhythm of the natural world. Through the turn of the seasons, Heidi Barr illustrates how the cycles of the earth have informed her everyday life from community to vocation to the food that finds its way to the dinner table. Through gardening, simple living, and prioritizing sustainability, Barr paints a picture of how remaining close to the earth provides a solid foundation even as the climate changes and the story of the world shifts. Part stories, part wonderings, and part call to act, this collection of meditations invites reflection, encourages awareness, and inspires action.
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About the Author
Award winning author of several books, Heidi Barr is committed to cultivating ways of being that are life-giving and sustainable for people, communities and the planet. She works as a wellness coach, holds a Master’s degree in Faith and Health Ministries and occasionally partners with organic farms and yoga teachers to offer retreat experiences. At home in Minnesota, she lives with her husband and daughter where they tend a large vegetable garden, explore nature and do their best to live simply. Visit her at heidibarr.com or connect on social media: Facebook: @HeidiBarrwriter | Instagram: @heidicbarr
What People are Saying About This
"To the extent it is ever possible to make sense of the human condition, Heidi Barr has done an incredible job within the illuminating pages of Woodland Manitou. The search for life meaning is never simple but, in adopting a seasonal theme, Barr provides a context that will enliven your search. Her heartfelt perspective about the challenges of the human story bridges moments, days, and years in a beautiful and compelling way. With nature as her touchstone, the author sheds a timely light on issues and dilemmas we are destined to encounter. A dynamic and inspiring book for today's world!"