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Chasing Elephants

by Aimé Merizon

“Chasing elephants is a phrase that means looking for things outside of ourselves.” Shainberg, a psychotherapist and Buddhist priest, explores inner healing through the integration of western psychology and Buddhist teachings. She... Read More

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The Secret to Their Success

by Aimé Merizon

Finding comfort in one’s own skin can be divine beyond words. Here are two oversized books filled with women’s stories and interviews, all of who have a geographic connection to North Carolina and share their insight on knowing and... Read More

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Earthfire

by Aimé Merizon

This tale has such heartfelt realism that the reader might confuse it with nonfiction. The book is cleverly written in first person with the prologue immediately focusing on the plight of whether the earth is “renewed or destroyed”... Read More

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Face to No Face

by Aimé Merizon

“Never for one second have you been face to face with anyone in your life. It’s always been face to No-face…face there, Space Here.” Meaning, Harding is pointing first to his own self while speaking, and then to a different... Read More

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The Impossible Toystore

by Aimé Merizon

Sometimes what the world offers seems impossible for a person to accept. In the poem, “In the Theatre of Memory,” Perlberg offers the explanation for his book title: “Only months before we entered the impossible / toystore, my... Read More

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