Active Meditation: The Western Tradition by Robert R. Leichtman, Carl Japikse

By Robert R. Leichtman, Carl Japikse

This can be a transparent, functional description of all facets of meditation. The authors convey humans the way to enhance relationships, be extra inventive, heal the sentiments, and so forth.

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Josh stood there and did a bit of gaping himself. ‘Hello, mate,’ said Steve, looking grateful for the diversion. He pointed to Josh’s plaster. ’ ‘Broke my wrist,’ said Josh proudly. ’ He pointed with his good arm. ’ I snapped. I glared at Steve again. ‘Not least because if you had been where you were supposed to be on Saturday night, that is, at work, Josh would have been where HE was supposed to be. ’ ‘I wasn’t doing loop-the-loops,’ Josh said, looking pained. ‘I told you. I was doing an Ollie.

Not least because if you had been where you were supposed to be on Saturday night, that is, at work, Josh would have been where HE was supposed to be. ’ ‘I wasn’t doing loop-the-loops,’ Josh said, looking pained. ‘I told you. I was doing an Ollie. ’ ‘Anyway,’ said Steve, rising. ’ I stood up as well. ’ He jabbed a thumb towards his chest, obviously happier now he could say something positive. ‘Don’t worry. You’ve still got me. ’ I glared at him some more. I was fed up with people telling me things were sorted when 40 A DAY TO REMEMBER they weren’t.

It took two more seconds before I worked out who he was. ’ I said, finally. ‘You’re the man from the hospital! ’ ‘It’s Matt,’ he said. ‘Please. But yes. ’ He smiled. ’ He now thrust the flowers at me. ’ 29 FIONA PHILLIPS I let go of the front door and took them from him, a little flustered to find myself starting to blush. ‘You didn’t need to do that,’ I told him. ‘Really you didn’t. ’ I pushed the door out of the way with my elbow. He’d come all this way – his address, I’d already noticed, was in another, much grander, part of town – so the least I could do was invite him in.

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