Hidden Harvests

The Inner Seasons of Everyday Life
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Discover why being in nature may be the best thing you can do for your health.
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Human beings are very good at working hard, preparing, planning, sowing, and tending. They are not so good at bringing in the harvest of all their labors, often refusing to have the patience that a true ripening calls for, or moving on to new initiatives before the one they have worked so hard for has had time to flower. There is also the hidden harvests connected with our shadows and our difficulties. Many of us have elements inside us that did not set right in our growing, were confined or nipped in the bud when they should have been coming into full blossom. Whether the harvest is easy to see but requires patience, attention, or waiting to bring in, or whether it is hidden and difficult and requires a combination of courage and vulnerability to bring to fruition, bringing in the harvest is one of the great accomplishments of human life.

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Contents Digital Audio (1 hour)
Product Code AS05549W
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David Whyte

About David Whyte

David Whyte grew up with a strong, imaginative influence from his Irish mother among the hills and valleys of his father’s Yorkshire. He now makes his home in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. The author of twelve books of poetry and four books of prose, David Whyte holds a degree in marine zoology and has traveled extensively, including living and working as a naturalist guide in the Galapagos Islands and leading anthropological and natural history expeditions in the Andes, Amazon, and Himalaya. He brings this wealth of experience to his poetry, lectures, and workshops. David’s life as a poet has created a readership and listenership in three normally mutually exclusive areas: the literate world of readings that most poets inhabit, the psychological and theological worlds of philosophical inquiry, and the world of vocation, work, and organizational leadership.

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