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January Book List…

Here are some books I have read recently or am currently reading:

Love in the Driest Season by Neely Tucker-A great book about Africa and adoption

A Society Without God:  What the Least Religious Nations Can Tell Us About Contentment by Phil Zuckerman-Just starting this book.  It has a lot of stats so far and not much else, but I’ll keep reading.

The Healing Wisdom of Africa by Malidoma Patrice Some-Just reading the introduction now.

The Four Noble Truths:  Fundamentals of the Buddhist Teachings by Bstan-‘dzin-rgya-mtsho, Dalai Lama XIV-Pretty boring, but I’m not all the way through it yet

Other books I have checked out and hope to make it to in the next couple of weeks:

14-Day Herbal Cleansing by Laurel Vukovic-This is a great book.  I check it out every so often as a reference.  Will probably have to break down and buy it at some point.

The Inheritance of Loss by Kiran Desai-few books exist about Nepal.  I rarely read fiction books, but I thought maybe I could learn something about their culture from the book.

Insight Meditation:  The Practice of Freedom by Joseph Goldstein

The Renewable Energy Handbook:  A Guide to Rural Independence, Off-Grid and Sustainable Living by William H. Kemp

And of course my fun little yoga videos:

Yoga for Flexibility with Linda Arkin

Yoga, Mind & Body with Ali MacGraw

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