Thank you. I enjoyed reading every page. Edge of Grace healed something within me. My son wants to read your book!
I am so full of praise. I am touched by how open you are about such a private and difficult experience. Well written too. The complexities of our human experience are so perfectly described. A book of truth and inspiration. Thank you for bringing Abby and Libby into our lives. Thank you for all the reminders. Thank you for being you. Got any tips on how to put your book down once someone has started to read it? I mean… seriously! Body, mind, spirit! I was captivated from the beginning. I cried, I laughed out loud , I deeply felt every story… I came to life. It is making me think more spiritually about life, my own family and dharma.
Thank you so, so much for this beautiful, painful, sweet, nourishing gift. So much love and gratitude. It is truly captivating, energizing, and inspiring! You have woven the threads of your life together in an extraordinary symphonic tapestry. Thank you for living light with the feet so firmly on the ground. I loved your book. An amazing story, joy and heartbreak all together.
Raw family : a true story of awakening
I just finished it. What a touching and amazing story! I am honored to have a glimpse into such a profound experience…thank you so much for sharing!! Informative, heart-breaking, and very inspirational, all at the same time. I often did not want to put it down!
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Additional Product Features Copyright Date. Show More Show Less. Pre-owned Pre-owned. It was Robert, surrounded by a troop of children, searching for them.
The two little Pontelliers were with him, and he carried Madame Ratignolle's little girl in his arms. There were other children beside, and two nurse-maids followed, looking disagreeable and resigned. The women at once rose and began to shake out their draperies and relax their muscles. Pontellier threw the cushions and rug into the bath-house. The children all scampered off to the awning, and they stood there in a line, gazing upon the intruding lovers, still exchanging their vows and sighs.
The lovers got up, with only a silent protest, and walked slowly away somewhere else. The children possessed themselves of the tent, and Mrs. Pontellier went over to join them. Madame Ratignolle begged Robert to accompany her to the house; she complained of cramp in her limbs and stiffness of the joints.
She leaned draggingly upon his arm as they walked. She looked up in his face, leaning on his arm beneath the encircling shadow of the umbrella which he had lifted. She might make the unfortunate blunder of taking you seriously. His face flushed with annoyance, and taking off his soft hat he began to beat it impatiently against his leg as he walked.
Raw Family : A True Story of Awakening
Why shouldn't she? You Creoles! I have no patience with you! Am I always to be regarded as a feature of an amusing programme? I hope Mrs.
Raw Family : A True Story of Awakening
Pontellier does take me seriously. I hope she has discernment enough to find in me something besides the blagueur. You speak with about as little reflection as we might expect from one of those children down there playing in the sand. If your attentions to any married women here were ever offered with any intention of being convincing, you would not be the gentleman we all know you to be, and you would be unfit to associate with the wives and daughters of the people who trust you.
Madame Ratignolle had spoken what she believed to be the law and the gospel. The young man shrugged his shoulders impatiently. Ma foi!
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Pontellier and her possible propensity for taking young men seriously was apparently forgotten. Madame Ratignolle, when they had regained her cottage, went in to take the hour's rest which she considered helpful. Before leaving her, Robert begged her pardon for the impatience—he called it rudeness—with which he had received her well-meant caution.
Pontellier ever taking me seriously.