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In the Garden of Thoughts
Simple Truths for a Meaningful Lifeav Dodinsky119Skickas inom 5-8 vardagar.
Fri frakt inom Sverige över 159 kr för privatpersoner.Gentle Reminders combines beautiful imagery with inspiring photography and is the perfect gift for someone struggling through a difficult time or as a personal pick-me-up. It can be easy to get caught up in the day-to-day rush of life and forget what is really important. Filled with inspirations and motivational quotes from best-selling author Dodinsky, Gentle Reminders encourages you to be your best self. The world is a really beautiful place, but when dark shadows are cast over us, it's sometimes a bit difficult to remember. The power to create a more meaningful life lies within you! If you're someone battling chronic illness, these empowering quotes can help find strength that was inside you the whole time. Lift your mood and pull yourself out of negativity. These pithy, memorable sayings combined with captivating, dream-like illustrations engage the imagination and uplift the spirit. This small gift book is perfect as a bedside companion or can be carried along with you to remind you to live life to the fullest wherever you go. Whether you need to send a long-distance 'hug' or if you'd like it for your own night stand to plant the seeds of good dreams, Dodinsky's Gentle Reminders is a positive companion to bring some sparkle in the darkness.
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With profound messages of overcoming adversity and the power of self, Dodinsky is beloved by his 150,000 dedicated followers across the world. (In fact--one set of foreign rights are already sold!) Not only is his fanbase widespread, but they are ...
Dodinsky is the author of the New York Times Bestseller, In the Garden of Thoughts, published by Source Books in 2013 with translation rights sold to Germany, South Korea, Argentina, Mexico, and China. His follow up book, In the Garden of Happiness, was released by Sourcebooks in 2015. Dodinsky's online fan base grew from 35,000 in 2010 to a collective total of just over 5 million by 2014. His intent was simply to share his reflections about life in order to help heal the wounds inflicted by life's troubles.