Kelly Karst

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Karma: A Yogi’s Guide to Crafting Your Destiny

A must for devotees of Sadhguru. This work will also be of interest to those trying to explore the complex topic of karma in a more conversational form. However, readers seeking an academic exploration of karma may want to consider other resources.
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Paris Without Her

Although slated as a memoir, this touching work is just as much a love story and travel diary. It processes the pain of loss through the lens of beautiful scenery and will appeal to many readers, but especially fellow Francophiles eager to follow the road less traveled.
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Leave Out the Tragic Parts: A Grandfather’s Search for a Boy Lost to Addiction

This book serves as both an insightful look into the transient world of freewheeling American drifters while also being a vulnerable and open exploration of what it means to be a family watching a loved one struggling with addiction. Kindred’s frequent thoughts of "what if?" will resonate with many.

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The Woman Who Raised the Buddha: The Extraordinary Life of Mahaprajapati

An important contribution to filling a major gap in Buddhist studies and a triumph in understanding Buddhism through a feminist lens. Recommended for academic libraries and scholars interested in religious or feminist studies.
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Sanctuary

A must for fans of Rapp’s previous memoirs and for any reader trying to better understand grief and trauma. This poignant account will be of particular interest for those who have grieved the loss of a child.
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His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama: An Illustrated Biography

A general but authentic overview of the Dalai Lama’s life that will appeal to those new to the topic, as well as vested scholars, for the work’s valuable archival material.
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Dawoud Bey: Two American Projects

An important contribution to a re-imagining of American history, this book of black-and-white photographs will appeal to art lovers, history buffs, and social activists. Essays from curators, writers, and artists provide further insight into this inspired collection.
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The Shift: Courageously Moving from Season to Season

Although there are similar, recently published books on the market, this should appeal to Christian readers, as Henderson’s genuine voice invites self-reflection.
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Strange Rites: New Religions for a Godless World

For readers with an interest and background in philosophy, theology, and popular culture who enjoy casual academic banter and a unique perspective on the evolving nature of contemporary U.S. society.
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