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Ask and It is Given,’ by Jerry and Esther Hicks. It’s about the law of attraction, which says that which you construe your efforts on, you will receive.”

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The Chronicles of Narnia,’ by C.S. Lewis. I haven’t read them in a while. I’m currently on ‘The Horse and His Boy.’”

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By Oak, Ash and Thorn,’ by D.J. Conway. To learn about the ancient Celtic spiritual path. … I just like to learn about spirituality.”

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The Great Divorce,’ by C.S. Lewis. I really love C.S. Lewis. It’s about leaving everything in this world behind, like not having emotional attachment to things.”

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ms_canada 6 years, 10 months ago

I think I would like to read the book mentioned by Nancy Moring, above. By Oak, Ash and Thorn would interest me, I feel sure. Right now I have been reading three books from a series by Michael Jecks about an ex Knight Templar. He is now a Keeper of the Kings Peace in the Devon area of England in the early 1300's. He and his good friend Bailiff Simon are charged with investigatng mysterious deaths. He is an example of a 14th century detective. Good stories.

tangential_reasoners_anonymous 6 years, 10 months ago

Little Wing's quill pen...All her friends call her Little WingBut she flies rings around them allShe comes to town when the children singAnd leaves them feathers if they fallShe leaves her feathers if they fallLittle Wing, don't fly awayWhen the summer turns to fallDon't you know some people sayThe winter is the best time of them allWinter is the best of all- Neil

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