"Its simple yet enduring message is well worth being reread or read for the first time". -- Contact, A Magazine for Businessmen
"Everyone from teens to baby boomers and senior adults will find a message here". -- Teacher in the Church Today
"A beautiful little gift book about life and mostly hope". -- Concern, United Presbyterian Women
A best-selling modern-day fable in celebration of hope.
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Trina Paulus, already an artist, philosopher, sculptor and community builder when she wrote Hope for the Flowers, has lived an unconventional life including over a decade at Grailville, an educational center and organic farm in Loveland, Ohio. She has spent time abroad with the international Grail Movement in France and Akhmin, Egypt, where she helped start a women's weaving and embroidery co-op. She is vice-president of Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute and Cornucopia Network of New Jersey. Her home in New Jersey is a hub of environmental action and learning.
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Descripción Paulist Pr, 1992. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0809133695