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eBook A Man's Journey to Simple Abundance ePub

by Murphy Guyer,Sarah Ban Breathnach

  • ISBN: 0743506820
  • Category: Alternative Medicine
  • Subcategory: Fitness and Nutrition
  • Author: Murphy Guyer,Sarah Ban Breathnach
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio; Abridged edition (November 1, 2000)
  • ePub book: 1895 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1628 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 375

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Kertoja: Murphy Guyer. Saat kaikki lempikirjasi heti käyttöön. Ei kuukausittaista sitoumusta. Sarah Ban Breathnach1. Kertoja: Murphy Guyer. Lyhennetty4 h 44 min. Vaihda e-kirjaan.

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8 10 5 Author: Sarah Ban Breathnach Narrator: Murphy Guyer

8 10 5 Author: Sarah Ban Breathnach Narrator: Murphy Guyer. The Authentic Journey Continues - for Women to Understand Men, and for Men to Understand Themselves.

Sarah Ban Breathnach wanted to offer men the same reflective book that she offered women in Simple Abundance. The reason I read this is because Sarah Ban Breathnach's breakthrough book, Simple Abundance, was groundbreaking in its simplicity and beauty. Yet, she also knew that she needed a man to help her represent an authentic male experience, a book that mined beneath the "Men Are from Mars" stereotypes and "Iron John" expectations. I was disappointed this didn't live up to the standard set by the other book. It falls into the pothole that captures many anthologies: inconsistent quality of contributions.

Introduction by Sarah Ban Breathnach, Read by Murphy Guyer. In the introduction, Sarah Ban Breathnach writes of the book: "Certainly, it was written in the spirit of bringing men and women closer together by revealing our similarities, not just our differences

Introduction by Sarah Ban Breathnach, Read by Murphy Guyer. Abridged Audio Download. In the introduction, Sarah Ban Breathnach writes of the book: "Certainly, it was written in the spirit of bringing men and women closer together by revealing our similarities, not just our differences.

Sarah Ban Breathnach. Simon & Schuster Audio. The authentic journey that began in Simple Abundance: Living by Your Own Lights continues in A Man's Journey to Simple Abundance, providing guidance for women to understand men, and for men to understand themselves. People Who Liked A Man's Journey to Simple Abundance Also Liked These Free Titles

Sarah's books make for wonderful life companions. I have bought many for friends over the years. After being a fan of hers, I decided to read A Man's Journey to Simple Abundance, although I am a woman.

Sarah's books make for wonderful life companions. I have purchased Simple Abundance and Something More for male friends because I felt there was much in them for men as well, so I figured the man's angle of this book would likewise have application for women, particularly those of us who are independent and have taken on male roles/careers. I was not disappointed.

Sarah Ban Breathnach Contributor Biographies. A Man’s Journey to SIMPLE ABUNDANCE. Upon reading this book. Man and woman He created them. The moral rights of Sarah Ban Breathnach to be identified as the creator of this work have been asserted. Simple Abundance® is a registered trademark of Simple Abundance®, Inc. The Simple Abundance Press™ is a trademark of Simple Abundance®, Inc. Designed by erich hobbing. Contributor Biographies.

This is a series of vignettes from a cross-section of prominent people, including photojournalist Greg Morinavitch, Sting, Charles Simony, Ben Cheever, and Thomas Moore, designed to promote better. A man's journey to simple abundance. Sarah Ban Breathnach is publisher of Simple Abundance Press & president & CEO of Simple Abundance, In. a consulting firm specializing in publishing & multimedia projects that give creative expression to the timeless Simple Abundance principles & the concept of personal authenticity.

by Sarah Ban Breathnach. Narrated by Murphy Guyer. You have this audiobook. Listen to your audiobook on Apple (iOS) or Android phones and tablets.

Written by Sarah Ban Breathnach, narrated by Murphy Guyer. The authentic journey that began in continues in A Man's Journey to Simple Abundance, providing guidance for women to understand men, and for men to understand themselves.

A companion volume to Simple Abundance examines the departures, crossroads, and destinations that occur in a man's life, bringing together more than fifty essays by such figures as musician Sting, producer David Brown, and essayist Rick Bass. Simultaneous.

Comments

Ballagar Ballagar
There were many good articles in here but one or two were not to my taste being a little explicit about sexuality. I wrote the author with my comments. I had planned to give a copy to each of my sons because I really like the Simple Abundance books for women, but could not do so with these articles in the volume. I was disappointed and clearly am not the right audience for this work.
GYBYXOH GYBYXOH
Sarah's books make for wonderful life companions. I have bought many for friends over the years. After being a fan of hers, I decided to read A Man's Journey to Simple Abundance, although I am a woman. I have purchased Simple Abundance and Something More for male friends because I felt there was much in them for men as well, so I figured the man's angle of this book would likewise have application for women, particularly those of us who are independent and have taken on male roles/careers. I was not disappointed. Each essay is deep and thought provoking. Sting's contribution on risk grabbed me by the throat, so to speak, bringing tears and inspiration to leave fear behind. THANK YOU, Sarah, for sharing these gifts with the world.
Tejar Tejar
I will admit the bias that defines a MAN is that it he is a strait man,and that gay men are a sub division ,So I resist the broad assumed strokes that lack that awareness,even with this book I got that impression when I began reading it ,and no it was not due to internalized homophobia,just awareness.
I got so much out of it that the bias did not matter,A few stories at the end i just passed over ,even though it seemed like listening to someone's own experience ,there was nothing in reading it that hit home for this reader.Try it for yourself,The book put me in a good place and opened me up to deeper insights.A great book for the journey .
Morad Morad
The story, "In loco parentis" by Keith Henderson was worth the whole book. The responsiblity that men have to mentor and foster the next generation, not just their own sons, resonated deeply with me. I am retired now, but in my last years at work, I got the greatest fulfillment in helping young men get a head start in our profession and in passing on what wisdom, lessons, and insights that I had acquired. It expands on the definition and meaning of the word "father," a form of at first protecting, then nuturing and training, and finally strengthening. In a way, the useful sum of one's life does not dissipate with death but is passed on in the lives of those whom it has helped. Peter Tsouras
Gaxaisvem Gaxaisvem
Ms. Breathnach collaborated with Michael Segell to teach us women that men actually do think and feel differently from the females in their lives. It was through his wife, Winnie Gallagher, that the two found each other and produced this informative journal.
There are fifty-two diverse contributors selected and edited by Mr. Segell. For ages we've known of the contradictions between recollections by the different sexes; this was published to bring them closer together by revealing some similarites not just the differences. It was a definite challenge. Whatever else you could say, they are perhaps true. I can see why they chose Mark Winegardner's "Like Mother, Like Son,' to get off to a good start. It is rewarding to read how he credits his mother with his creativity. I told son Zachary that he got his writing ability from me, but he was doubtful. Like me, Mark has trouble "forgiving."
In this series of essays, we strive to understand male emotions, their historic lack of commitment, their great pride and self-esteem from the professional lives (I wonder, did they see the new STEPFORD WIVES movie?), and the uniquely male perspective on life's problems.
Some years ago, I worked through SIMPLE ABUNDANCE, A Daybook of Comfort and Joy and learned what is really important to women. Now, they attempt to turn the tables, so to speak, to educate women about the men they love but have difficulty understanding.
She gives her view of the creation, using Spirit as God, Eve as the first 'soul mate,' spiritual awakening; I waited to see if the Spirit was a woman who presented this version: It's not good for man to be alone; something or someone was missing.
Merle Shain stated it clearly, "There are no perfect men, of course, but some are more perfect than others, and we can use all of those we can get." Men feel they 'deserve' respect (ha), they should seek it by their actions.
Some of these essays are provocative and most are complicated to a woman's sensibilities. It's possible that some of them may move you to laughter or tears. Men are good at faking emotions they don't feel. And some can act up in public and embarrass an innocent woman for something the man mistakenly assumed.
I was most interested in those written by Southern humorist, Roy Blount, Jr., and Reynolds Price, another Southerner with the longest bibliography. Jake Jacobsen was the most original, listed only as a 'hermit.' He hates women, it seems.
Some are Pulitzer prize winners in their fields. They use thoughtfulness, intelligence, and sometimes wit to get their individual points across. I heard this on the Wink Martindale show recently on the Music Of Your Life radio network, "You are born an individual; don't die a copy." Men will always be men and we can value them for the creatures they are, for better or for worse.