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You Can Never Speak Up Too Often for the Love of All Things Audiobook

You Can Never Speak Up Too Often for the Love of All Things: A Kinship with all Beings... Meditative Poetry Inspiring Reverence for Self, Earth, and all Things

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Poems based on themes from meditation, inspired by the hope of promoting loving kindness and kinship through the realization of impermanence. Influenced by classical poetry, anchored in social and ethical values, the author attempts to integrate scientific thought with poetic and reverential awareness of the natural world.

©2004 Paul R. Fleischman, M.D. (P)2011 Paul R. Fleischman, M.D.

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    I really love these poems. ..they are reaching into the depths of one's heart. ..
    Very inspirational and deeply reflective. ..
    The performance of the author is exquisite. .
    Thanks to all that made this available. ..
    Namaste

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    This is a beautiful audio book promoting peace and love. Paul the author is asking us to care about the world and it's okay to if we do. Let go and just be learn what is important.

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