In a pristine valley embraced by mountains and the never-ending evergreen forests of British Columbia, Bhagavad-gita, one of the oldest spiritual teachings in existence, guides a community of off-the-grid quasi pioneers. In the silence and expanse of an unlikely but somehow ideal setting, ordinary people explore their tiny role in an incredibly complex and stunningly beautiful network of life that gently yet persistently asks for their awareness.
This is the story of a family that joins this diverse community of individualists and harvests soul-stirring, sweeping life lessons suited for any time, place, or circumstance.
Here is a meditation of provocative wisdom that, in these trying times, offers an enduring basis for personal, ecological and social happiness and harmony.
Softbound, 188 pages, glossary, numerous black & white photos, 6" x 8". First published 2011.
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