Published November 5, 2001 by Simon & Schuster Ltd .
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Reflecting the garden's changing rhythms through the seasons, Gardening the Soul offers us a daily thought to keep us going as we face the challenges of modern life. After all, a job almost always becomes easier the more you divide it up. Plan to plant something new in the garden almost every week of the season, from the first cold-hardy greens and peas in late winter or early spring, to heat-loving transplants such as tomatoes, peppers and eggplant once the weather becomes warm and settled.
This little book, Gardening The Soul by Sister Stan is an absolute delight, especially for anyone who enjoys nature and finds spirituality in the natural world.
Her simple and profound truths for every day are both thought provoking and uplifting. Sister Stan is a down to earth and loving human being, very much in this world.
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She is on the faculties of the Institute for Social Ecology and Goddard College, and Author: Joseph Smillie. Free Bonus. People who buy the book will get access to over hours of audio of me going over the general concepts in the book – some people learn better by listening, and it’s also something you can do while you’re commuting, exercising or gardening.
About the Book. We either tuck our spirituality away deep inside, or we search for meaning and purpose. Join me in some Soul Gardening and discover a deeper understanding of how to have a relationship with God as He relates to our everyday : Ruhe Bayors.
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I wrote Soul Gardening last year. I then released one chapter at a time on my blog. At the time, they were my most-read posts ever. Since we are all stuck inside, I thought I would go ahead and offer the collection all in one place for free.
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“It’s how a garden can feed a soul. Gardening With Soul follows Sister Loyola across four seasons in her garden, a garden that feeds many in a literal sense, but also nourishes souls, encouraging community engagement, sharing, and a contemplation of nature, the metaphysical and personal faith.
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Most of them just repeat what the last one said, much of which is not great advice in my opinion (and yet somehow they become the popular ones – funny how that is). Planting a garden can affect not only your child's body but also their brain and soul.
Woody Wodraska’s year gardening career has taken him to 17 gardens and another dozen agricultural endeavors in almost as many states and provinces. Always the questions arose—how to grow food, how to live in beauty and abundance with grace and in. Garden Walk: In Our Own Back Yards It's garden touring season and I'm kicking it off with a local tour right here in our own county.
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It is an essential element in our spiritual as well as our temporal well-being” (Thomas S. Monson, “Guiding Principles of Personal and Family Welfare,” Liahona, Feb.5). Planting a garden, even a small one, allows for a greater degree of self-reliance.
"The glory of gardening: hands in the dirt, head in the sun, heart with nature. To nurture a garden is to feed not just on the body, but the soul." -- Alfred Austin One can dream and plan of what they want their garden to be like year after year.