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Small Misty Mountain: The Awanadjo Almanack
By McCall, Rob        
Hardcover - English

A collection of natural and unnatural events devoted to breaking down the wall of hostility between us andCreation.

Certain places make us more vulnerable to the Holy. This is a real phenomenon, not some romantic notiona spiritual resource as full and as valuable as any other natural resource. Approached with devotion, these places have the power to heal and to reveal.

Awanadjo is Algonkian for small, misty mountain, referring to Blue Hill Mountain in Blue Hill, Maine; but it can just as well describe your mountain or any sacred place that has the power to transform and impart the sense of being at home in Nature.

Following in the long tradition of natural theology from Lao-tse to St. Francis, John Scotus Erigena, Newton, Darwin, Thoreau, Rachel Carson, Wendell Berry, and Annie Dillard, this volume gathers decades of Rob McCall's meticulous observation and buoyant commentary about a mountain and its surroundings. Woodcut illustrations.

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ADDITIONAL INFO

ISBN
1888889454
EAN
9781888889451
Publisher
Publication Date
01/09/2006
Pages
261
Dimension
21.44cm x 16.10cm x 2.36cm
Age Group
NA to NA
Grades
Not Applicable to Not Applicable
Lexile Level
0
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About Author

McCall, Rob
Rob McCall, is a graduate of Harvard Divinity School, and minister of The First Congregational Church, Blue Hill, Maine. His weekly radio commentaries are aired on www.weru.org.




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