Wednesday, October 30, 2013

THE GIFT OF WONDER – Pass It On!

UNDER THE WILD GINGER
A Simple Guide to the Wisdom of Wonder

 


BEST 
GIFT BOOK 
OF 2013!

Order one for 
yourself and a
few to give! 
A lovely meditation on what makes life worth living.
RICHARD LOUV, author of Last Child in the Woods and The Nature Principle 
 
A welcome invitation to see the world through new eyes.
MARTI ERICKSON, cofounder, Children & Nature Network; cohost, MomEnough.com
 
Warmhearted, wise, uplifting—simply enchanting!
ROBIN EASTON, author of Naked in Eden: My Adventures and Awakening in the Australian Rainforest
 
Inspires us to keep our childlike wonder alive.
ANN BANCROFT, polar explorer, teacher and author
 
Nourishes the soul. 
MEG PIER, travel writer, photographer, ViewfromthePier.com
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RECLAIM THE MAGICAL!
Do you remember how it felt when, as a child,
you first discovered some little creature or flower
you’d never seen before and when, moved beyond
speech, all you could manage was a breathless wow?

That little whisper, that crystalline moment of pure
wonder, is what Under the Wild Ginger is about.

You can reclaim the magical in your hectic life. You’ll learn how to open both your senses and your spirit to your surroundings, how to notice and celebrate the countless small miracles that await, often right under your nose.

(CLICK HERE TO ORDER) 

A guidebook to journeys of wonder 
with children and grandchildren

SEE GENEROUSLY!
The book introduces the concept of seeing generously. It suggests that, while sensing may seem a kind of acquisition, it’s really as much about giving as taking—letting go agendas and schedules; surrendering cell phones and computers; committing your time; applying your imagination; and, above all, simply paying attention.

Giving something of yourself to the process of perception restores the curiosity and joie de vivre each of us possessed naturally as a child but which got buried in layer upon layer of adult structure, stress, and cynicism.

Under the Wild Ginger is a book to enjoy in quiet moments by yourself, to give to kindred spirits, and, perhaps most importantly, to share with your children and grandchildren as a guidebook to journeys of wonder you’ll undertake together.

(CLICK HERE TO ORDER) 



2 comments:

TALON said...

Sounds delightful!

Jeffrey Willius said...

Thanks, Talon! I'm getting a ton of great feedback on it. I believe in the message and, bit by bit, it's getting around. BTW, did I ask you if you have a book of your wonderful poetry and pix?

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