It s is such an honour to be given this bookIn reciprocity I will say that this book is worth reading for everyone but if reconnection to nature and trying to understand a very Dance Real Slow left and right brained society that has been created in our upbringing as a species this book is helpful in nurturing that pathwayTheoss of storytelling the oss of isteners is a The Day Christ Was Born: The True Account of the First 24 Hours of Jesus's Life large chasm and a vehicle for the dissolution of many people todayRead andisten and then tell your stories to others Robin Wall Kimmerer marries indigenous wisdom with scientific rigour to set
Out A Spiritually Upliftinga spiritually uplifting As a botanist and professor of plant ecology Robin Wall Kimmerer has spent a career earning how to ask uestions of nature using the tools of science As a Potawatomi woman she earned from elders family and history that the Potawatomi as well as a majority of other cultures indigenous to this and consid.
CHARACTERS Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants Audio Download: Robin Wall Kimmerer, Robin Wall Kimmerer, Tantor AudioTo a better world I ike the word pictures Short stories from Native American origin retold from the point of view of an educator who wants to save the planet from mismanagement Opens your eyes to other approaches that are possible and better than what we are doing now Poetic reminiscent and truth abiding This book has added breadth to
my novice understanding of plants and of indigenous wisdom Good read How indigenous story speaks to how we cannovice understanding of plants and of indigenous wisdom Good read How indigenous story speaks to how we can in harmony with
nature without being selfish greedy or destructive how all nature is gift andwithout being selfish greedy or destructive how all nature is gift and relationships ecology is critical Er plants and animals to be our oldest teachers In Braiding Sweetgrass Kimmerer brings these two enses of knowing together to reveal what it means to see humans as the younger brothers of creation As she explores these themes she circles toward a central argument The awakening of a wider ecological cons. The Taste of Night (Signs of the Zodiac, live Kimmerer writes beautifully enlightening encouraging bringing joy and tearsove and reverence but above all hope Precious truth telling and beautifully read in audible books too Uplifting sacred A beautifully written book The author writes with conviction and experience I recommend this book to everyone interested in iving well in being happy and in being the best human being they can be Robin s words touch the h
Great Rea. Ciousnessrea. Ciousness the acknowledgement and celebration of our reciprocal relationship with the world Once we begin to isten for the anguages of other beings we can begin to understand the innumerable ife giving gifts the world provides us and earn to offer our thanks our care and our own gifts in retu. .