(Spinach Soup for the Walls) [New] ½ Lynne Harkes

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  • Spinach Soup for the Walls
  • Lynne Harkes
  • en
  • 14 June 2018
  • 9781907203466

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SUMMARY Ô LABMEDNEWS.XYZ ☆ Lynne Harkes FREE READ ´ Spinach Soup for the Walls Isolation This beautifully written book is the story of how she fought to rediscover her own spirituality and find a new way of thinking In the end she would say it was simple we must learn to see the beauty of nature and of our own everyday world to recognise the remarkable in the ordinary. The author has lived in wonderful places from Nigeria to South America Oman to the Gabon jungleShe describes the hospitality and resilience of the natives and the magnificence of landscape and animals But Lynne was unhappy and isolated This is the story of how she rediscovered her spirituality We must recognise the remarkable in the ordinary It s a beautifully written lesson for us all めぐみとつぐみ jungleShe describes the hospitality and resilience of the natives and the magnificence of landscape and animals But Lynne was unhappy and isolated This is the story of how she rediscovered her spirituality We must recognise the remarkable in the ordinary It s a beautifully written lesson for us all

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Spinach Soup for the Walls

SUMMARY Ô LABMEDNEWS.XYZ ☆ Lynne Harkes FREE READ ´ Spinach Soup for the Walls A Lynne describes graphically both the warm hospitality and resilience of the native peoples and the magnificence of the landscape and animal world But eually the intensity of such a nomadic existence magnifies one's personal challenges and Lynne found herself retreating into unhappiness and. This book was a GOLD WINNER in The Wishing Shelf Awards This is what our readers thoughtFEEDBACKAuthor Lynne HarkesTitle Spinach Soup For The Walls Finding my spirit in AfricaCOVER 910The readers thought that the cover was generally very good They liked the title very much and they thought that the blurb was well written and persuasive A few of the readers thought the image on the front although colourful and eye catching needed to be stronger and pethaps represent travelling a little betterCONTENT 1010This book won the Gold predominantly because of the excellent way the author balanced spirituality and travel As a result the book was enjoyed by a much larger range of readers A number of our readers particularly the men are not big on spirituality but they enjoyed the travelexperience a new culture parts of the book the readers who are open to books which expand personal horizons enjoyed both the spirituality side and the travel side of the book The result Gold Winner The most enjoyed chapter in the book was Elephant Encounters in Gabon The readers also very much liked the imaginative and interesting chapter headingsEDITING 1010The readers thought the book was well edited and discovered no glaring problems with grammar punctuation or spelling There is a tiny error on p149 new speech new sentence The readers thought the book had excellent pacing and was well structuredSTYLE 1010The style of the author s writing was very much enjoyed Not only was it easy to follow and well structured there was also a nice undercurrent of humour Eg p1 All the childhood years of watching Blue Peter had paid offThe readers also commended the author on the fantastic detail she went into particularly when describing the different cultures she experienced Eg p48 the bowler hat unpside down Also p118 the termite invasion They found it very easy to get inside the head of the narrator and understand what she was going through Note from Ed a number of the readers felt this book could be promoted as much as a travel book as a book on spiritualitySTATSOf the 32 readers30 thought the cover was excellent28 thought that description was the author s strongest writing skill 4 thought the simple yet elegant flow of the language was the author s strongest writing skill32 would very much like to read from this author Not only is this a spiritually rewarding book it is also a fantastic travel book providing a wonderfully detailed insight into South American and African culture Highly recommended The Wishing Shelf Awards

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SUMMARY Ô LABMEDNEWS.XYZ ☆ Lynne Harkes FREE READ ´ Spinach Soup for the Walls This is a message of hope for anyone in despair When we see our troubles as opportunities for growth we can turn our lives around Lynne Harkes has lived in many wonderful and colourful places moving from Nigeria to South America from the Sultanate of Oman to the jungle of Gabon in West Afric. I won this book through the Goodreads First Giveaways Spinach Soup intrigued me because of the very first description of the book This is a message of hope for anyone in despair now I am not considered at this point of my life as someone in despair but rather I do work with many young people who would be right in this moment of their journey I thought that this book could be potentially a great tool to help them through Lynne shares her experiences from her life as a trailing spouse with her family throughout the world from places such as Nigeria to South American to the Sultanate of Oman and into the jungle of Gabon in West Africa Lynne shares openly her thoughts challenges and journey and how she rediscovered her own spirituality and thinkingI struggled with this book the structure of the book was very hard to follow I found Lynne sharing her experiences very chaotic stories jumping from one continent to another without much reasoning to the relevance to her last posting in Gabon This made it very hard to follow and I got lost in some of her lessons I did for the most part of her journey failed to see the hope that is supposed to be the message from this book while I found a couple of times of Lynne s journey and the anecdotes she had to used to convey her point to be useful for the most part I was lost in the darkness of what West Africa had offered her instead of the hope she found thereI am torn to give this book a 3 to 35 rating as while i struggled with structure of the book and missed the overall message of hope I can appreciate the importance of sharing her story and giving voice to those who may not feel like they are able tooOne of those poignant uotes that I do take away from Lynne is It only matters that they do their best to grow into their own magnificence and for however brief a time Doing their thing is what they know and they are not ashamedThe weeds happily flowering and thriving have no idea that we have labelled them such شعر زمان ما فروغ فرخزاد، شعر فروغ فرخزاد از آغاز تا امروز شعرهای برگزیده، تفسیر و تحلیل موفق‌ترین شعرها jungle of Gabon in West Afric. I won this book through the Goodreads First Giveaways Spinach Soup intrigued me because of the very first description of the book This is a message of hope for anyone in despair now I am not considered at this point of my life as someone in despair but rather I do work with many young people who would be right in this moment of their بیچاره اسفندیار journey I thought that this book could be potentially a great tool to help them through Lynne shares her experiences from her life as a trailing spouse with her family throughout the world from places such as Nigeria to South American to the Sultanate of Oman and into the ای‍ران‌ در راه‌ی‍اب‍ی‌ ف‍ره‍ن‍گ‍ی‌ ۱۸۴۸ ۱۸۳۴ jungle of Gabon in West Africa Lynne shares openly her thoughts challenges and ჯვრისწერა სევასტოპოლზე journey and how she rediscovered her own spirituality and thinkingI struggled with this book the structure of the book was very hard to follow I found Lynne sharing her experiences very chaotic stories در ستایش شرم جامعه‌شناسی حس شرم در ایران jumping from one continent to another without much reasoning to the relevance to her last posting in Gabon This made it very hard to follow and I got lost in some of her lessons I did for the most part of her Тайните на големите играчи том 1 journey failed to see the hope that is supposed to be the message from this book while I found a couple of times of Lynne s تاریخ ایران باستانجلد چهارم journey and the anecdotes she had to used to convey her point to be useful for the most part I was lost in the darkness of what West Africa had offered her instead of the hope she found thereI am torn to give this book a 3 to 35 rating as while i struggled with structure of the book and missed the overall message of hope I can appreciate the importance of sharing her story and giving voice to those who may not feel like they are able tooOne of those poignant uotes that I do take away from Lynne is It only matters that they do their best to grow into their own magnificence and for however brief a time Doing their thing is what they know and they are not ashamedThe weeds happily flowering and thriving have no idea that we have labelled them such