Sophia Stuart has created a beautifully “modern book of hours to soothe the soul.” Her gorgeous photographs punctuate the wisdom she shares from her experience with stillness born of illness.
This firm yet gentle reminder that Life is bigger than–yet made of–our daily life is a tool to help us re-balance. Through both in the small and larger pictures created by it. She leads readers to proactive self-care, rather than her own experience in reaction to serious illness.
Recognizing that my own monkey mind has lately been wearing out my mental hamster wheel, I am grateful for the soothing, savoring, and surrounding quality I become when I read her words and view her photographs.
This book is a lovely touchstone for anyone who could use the gift of an uplift. Both the author’s images and words are a balm for the soul.
I did not receive monetary compensation for my review of this book. However, the spiritual compensation I receive is immeasurable. Thank you to the authors who participate in the Book Nook Blogger program, as well as Hay House for making it possible. Books & blogging–it doesn’t get much better than that! 🙂