Item description for Becoming Bread: Embracing the Spiritual in the Everyday (Hidden Spring) by Gunilla Norris & John Giuliani...
Overview A series of powerful poems--designed around the place, process, and seasons of making and eating bread--focus on the transformative power of love. Original.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 5" Height: 8" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2003
Series Hidden Spring
ISBN 1587680238 ISBN13 9781587680236
Availability 1 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 27, 2016 02:59.
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More About Gunilla Norris & John Giuliani
GUNILLA NORRIS is a writer, meditation teacher, and psychotherapist in private practice. Her books include 'Simple Ways', 'Inviting Silence', and 'Being Home'.
Reviews - What do customers think about Becoming Bread: Embracing the Spiritual in the Everyday?
A book for Communion Feb 12, 2004
This little gem of a book keeps inviting me back to its lovely layers of meaning. It would be wonderful to read aloud for small church or retreat groups having a Communion service, what with its imagery of baking, breaking, and "being" bread together. It talks about transformation (in baking) and the pain of waiting and becoming, with allusions to Christ in us. What a clever metaphor and comforting, accessible book for all faiths.
Becoming Bread: Embracing the Spiritual in the Everyday Feb 2, 2003
I have read all of Gunilla Norris' books, and found them deeply contemplative. I highly recommend all of them, to be read with a morning cup of tea and muffin.
My main reason for writing this review is that I eagerly ordered this title and discovered it is a REPRINT of an old book. I was disappointed that the this site blurb didn't include it's older date of publication, 1993. So, if you have not read this book, you are in for a treat. If you have, this is not a new work. Just a re-issue.