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T not only learned healthier ways of living but also discovered a great truth love can heal In this beautifully written moving memoir she describes how love of the natural world of her husband and family and of life itself literally transformed and saved her own lifeIn tracing the arc of her life from young womanhood to middle age Tweit tells stories about what silence and sagebrush bird bones and sheep dogs comets death and one crazy Englishman have to teach us about living S I ve just finished Walking Nature Home and I read it with intense interest and pleasure I was completely engrossed What a wonderful book Am mu

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Walking Nature Home A Life's Journey Louann Atkins Temple Women Culture Series

Without a map navigate by the stars Susan Tweit began learning this lesson as a young woman diagnosed with an autoimmune disease that was predicted to take her life in two to five years Offered no clear direction for getting well through conventional medicine Tweit turned to the natural world that was both her solace and her field of study as a plant ecologist Drawing intuitive connections between the natural processes and cycles she observed and the functions of her body Twei Okay this is one of my favorite books and even when I m broke I buy copies to give to people It s a beautifully envisioned and written account

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He celebrates making healthy choices the inner voices she learned to hear on days alone in the wilderness the joys of growing and eating an organic kitchen garden and the surprising redemption in restoring a once blighted neighborhood creek Linking her life lessons to the stories she learned in childhood about the constellations Tweit shows how ualities such as courage compassion and inspiration draw us together and bind us into the community of the land and of all living thin I was moved and delighted by this book The author felt like a friend on the journey with me as I traveled back and forth between two states to


10 thoughts on “Walking Nature Home A Life's Journey Louann Atkins Temple Women Culture Series

  1. says:

    Susan's writing is graceful and honest Her story of confronting health problems and trying to improve the planet's health is inspiring Highly recommended

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    The deepest memoir is filled with metaphor —Maureen Murdock Unreliable Truth Walking Nature Home A Life's Journey is one of those rare memoirs that is much than a life's story as if that were not enough It is

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    Okay this is one of my favorite books and even when I'm broke I buy copies to give to people It's a beautifully envisioned and written account of finding and trusting ourselves and our places in this world I could wax poetic or I could give you the bare bones outline but there is no way to summarize this book that does

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    This is a beautifully written book I read it during weeks that I was dealing with my own autoimmune flare up I too always feel better after time spent with nature Her list of books in the appendix will keep me busy for months to come Thank you My husband and I have always loved Salida One of our most romantic memories comes from standing on the bridge over the river by the park Our kids have lived there over

  6. says:

    I've just finished Walking Nature Home and I read it with intense interest and pleasure I was completely engrossed What a wonderful book Am much looking forward to Susan Tweit's next book

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    I was moved and delighted by this book The author felt like a friend on the journey with me as I traveled back and forth between two states to care for my dad who is dying Susan Tweit has written a compelling story of the power of nature to h

  8. says:

    A memoir written by a scientist botanist rocky mountain resident and outdoor enthusiast who is diagnosed with undifferentiated connective tissue disease at a young age While in grad school UW Susan is told she has 2 5 years to live This book follows her journey with this illness Her stories about personal health battles are artfull

  9. says:

    I borrowed this book about a woman's journey through her autoimmune disease from Heidi She didn't make it all the way through It is a very personal journey and the author Susan Tweit does go into a lot of detail If

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    Picked it up when a friend was diagnosed with mixed connective tissue disease She was scared and the only book the library had was a biography of a woman's first several years with the disease My friend didn't want to read