Fear Not: Thoughts on Courage
Chronicle Books, 2002 - 112 pagina's
Finding peace in ourselves and in our world has never been easy. This beautifully illustrated little volume gathers historys best advice for conquering fears and inspiring fortitude. The result is an honest and uplifting antidote to the troubles of difficult times. Fear Not includes comforting words of wisdom from such diverse voices as Tennessee Williams, the Cowardly Lion, Georgia OKeeffe, Anne Lammott, and Eleanor Roosevelt, facing down our worries with spirit and wit, clarity and compassion.
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