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Singing and Dancing Are the Voice of the Law: A Commentary on Hakuin’s “Song of Zazen”

Engaging and profound, Lahn’s insights will be much welcomed by readers looking to deepen their meditation practice. Although grounded in Zen Buddhist philosophy, the essence of his teachings will resonate with people of a variety of backgrounds.

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How We Live Is How We Die

Oft-quoted, much beloved, and radiating kindness, Chödrön remains a guiding light for those seeking spiritual growth.
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The Line: A New Way of Living with the Wisdom of Your Akashic Records

Recommended for collection where works about energy healing and spiritual awakening are in demand.
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Blood Orange Night: My Journey to the Edge of Madness

This cautionary tale will help many understand how prescription drug dependency can happen and the strength and courage required to overcome it. Highly recommended.

Miss Chloe: A Memoir of a Literary Friendship with Toni Morrison

Verdelle’s stunningly precise and poetic language is a joy to savor. Morrison fans will delight in revisiting her works through Verdelle’s eyes and meeting the enigmatic writer in an intimate way.

Unmasking Autism: Discovering the New Faces of Neurodiversity

Price’s accessible and compassionate writing shines, and readers will feel encouraged to embrace a new understanding of themselves. Its potential to help masked autistic adults, especially those from systemically marginalized backgrounds, makes this book essential for most collections.
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Bittersweet: How Sorrow and Longing Make Us Whole

Timely in its focus, this latest work by Cain delivers an eloquent and compelling case supporting the transformative possibilities of embracing sorrow. Highly recommended.

The Emergency: A Year of Healing and Heartbreak in a Chicago ER

Shedding light on the social justice implications on the health care system and an important snapshot of a grim moment in time, this account will appeal to a wide range of readers. Highly recommended.
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Fifty Sounds: A Memoir of Language, Learning, and Longing

The philosophical explorations of linguistics may be esoteric for some readers, but many can relate to Barton’s journey of finding her place in the world. Readers who are fascinated by the art of translation or stories about living between cultures will find much to unpack here.
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