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Buried Treasure: The Story of a Marriage

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Buried Treasure: The Story of a Marriage

You cannot transform yourself, and you certainly cannot transform your partner or anybody else. All you can do is create a space for transformation to happen, for grace and love to enter.

- Eckart Tolle -

Buried Treasure: The Story of a Marriage

"Like most marriages, I guess, we were a mixed bag of personality differences, varied preferences, unexamined childhood traumas, weaknesses and strengths, hopes and passions. I think he and I partnered each other with as much love and courage as we could, making every mistake in the book on a daily basis but trying to learn from them and carry on." After her husband's passing away, writer Carolyn North reflects on 58 years of their partnership. She shares authentic and timeless treasure troves of insights into how, through relationship, gentle loving transformation can take place. { read more }

Be The Change

Reflect on a close relationship in your life, and what treasures of wisdom and transformation are buried beneath its surface.


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