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Extent: Paperback

Pages: 160

Size: 8.5 x 1 x 5.4 inches

Publisher: Darton,Longman & Todd Ltd (November 28, 2017)

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Born to Fly: A Handbook for Butterflies in Waiting

by Margaret Silf

€14.95

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Sometimes, it can feel as though we are living in the worst of times - a world of chaos, uncertainty and breakdown. But could this also be the best of times - a crucible of change in which a wiser and more spiritually mature future is being forged? The stars are most clearly visible in the deepest darkness. The butterfly emerges out of the worst meltdown of the chrysalis. In Born to Fly, Margaret Silf helps us to explore what it would mean for each of us to be such an emerging butterfly - to be an agent of spiritual transformation in our own lives and in the world around us. What kind of future do we desire for ourselves, for those who follow after us, and for the whole of creation? And, if the choices we make today are shaping that future, how might we learn to make those choices more wisely? The second part of the book takes us on a gentle journey in five stages through the process of transformation mapped out for us by the caterpillar as it changes from a pesky garden grub, taking what it wants without regard for the rest of creation, to a butterfly, giving life wherever it lands. Born to Fly is designed to be read for personal reflection and inspiration, or alongside fellow readers, with suggestions for further discussion. It is a companion book to Margaret's Hidden Wings.

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