Zen Birding

Author: White
Editor: John Hunt Publishing
ISBN: 1846946069
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David M Whites inspiring stories see birding as a meditative practice and pathway to true connectedness.

Zen Birdwatching In America

Author: Jay Nuzum
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781449060237
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Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Whats the meaning of this life and where do we find it? Through practical, everyday observations of life, and deep meditations on the wisdom of the ages, Jay Nuzum explores meaning in his own life after reaching a point where all meaning seemed lost. It was around the time I lost my job, my father passed away, my grandmother passed, my wife contracted breast cancer at age twenty-seven, and I almost died Thus begins the true-life account of personal transformation and a never-ending search for the Eternal in unexpected and unfamiliar places including a UFO encounter in West Virginia; a birdwalk with a crack addict; a vision on a mount; a near-death experience; flying a hundred feet off the ground at a peyote ceremony; meeting the Buddha; and coming face to face with an incarnation of Divine Mother. From the profound to the profane, from the sacred to the absurd to the downright bizarre, Jay Nuzum leads you along the footpath of an Everyman trying to find his way through the beguiling maze of an American life. ZEN BIRDWATCHING IN AMERICA will touch your heart, tickle your funny bone and make you a believer in the power of you. A moving, triumph of spirituality that will change your life. William Shorer, City Book Review

Birding And Mysticism Volume 2

Author: George E. Lowe
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1462820751
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In volume 2 of Birding and Mysticism: Enlightenment Through Bird Watching, there is no traditional table of contents; rather, there are the five main parts and their sections and subsections, which contain the substantive ideas and memes of volume 2, followed by six appendices. The main thrust of volume 2 concerns the many aspects, faces, and forms of mysticism: religious, spiritual, rational, scientific, personal, and practical.

The Blood Ballad

Author: Rett MacPherson
Editor: Minotaur Books
ISBN: 1466888792
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Genealogist and mother of three Torie O'Shea is out birding on the cliffs of the Mississippi River as part of New Kassell, Missouri's first ever bird-watching Olympics, when someone starts shooting at her and her partner. Disoriented and running for their lives, they stumble over an antique trunk and discover a badly beaten dead body stuffed inside. Soon after this disturbing event, musicologist Glen Morgan shows up at the Kendall House, Torie's new textile museum, claiming to be Torie's cousin and to have proof that Torie's grandfather secretly may have written a number of popular songs for the Morgan Family Players, who were famous country music singers. Being a genealogist and the head of the local historical society, Torie doesn't appreciate anyone shaking up a family tree that she has spent years putting together, but Glen's old recordings are more than she can resist. After a little digging in the library and some serious snooping into the shooting, Torie starts to uncover secrets about her family and the town that even she didn't know. Rett MacPherson's intricate plots and delightful small-town characters with long family histories hit all of the right notes in The Blood Ballad, the newest installment in her terrific Torie O'Shea series.

The Nature Conservancy Magazine

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Nature Conservancy

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Birding

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Bellevue Farm

Author: Curtis J. Badger
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Bellevue Farm, part of The Nature Conservancy's Coast Reserve, a forty-five thousand-acre sanctuary on the Eastern Shore, was once the home of a pre-Revolutionary War plantation. Before that, Native Americans hunted its forest and salt mashes. Today it is still a working farm, but it also is a coastal wildlife sanctuary, a place here the sea, the salt marsh, and the high land come together.