by Michael J. Caduto
Herbs have been essential to spiritual beliefs and practices throughout time and history. From Christian Scripture to Hindu observances, Jewish ritual to early Islamic literature, Native American traditions to Buddhist symbolism, plants are seen as a blessing from God and a way to remain in harmony with Spirit. Everyday Herbs in Spiritual Life is a hands-on guide to incorporating herbs into our spiritual life.
Michael J. Caduto is a renowned author, ecologist, educator and storyteller who has written and coauthored sixteen books, including "Native American Gardening", the "Keepers of the Earth" series, and "In the Beginning: The Story of Genesis and Earth Activities for Children."
The library is SO busy, and you're checking out and returning SO many books on CD, DVDs, and of course books that we are having a hard time getting them back on the shelf. If you can volunteer to help us on a regular basis we'd be SO grateful! To volunteer, just fill out this short form and return it to Kathie Gladden at the library. And thank you!
The Chairperson, Colleen Van Auken, called the meeting to order at 7:30PMPresent: J. Fausone, M. Siegrist, G. Snow, D. Turner, C. Van Auken
Also Present: E. Davis, S. Rzetelny, Susan Kennedy
Call to AudienceNo comments (R. Havenstein-Coughlin, A. Heidemann, L Papa, C. McLaughlin, L. Golden, G. Bell, C. Young, A. Young-Snow)
Approval of AgendaThe agenda was approved with addition
Approval of MinutesMinutes of the May 21st Meeting were approved as written
J. Fausone and D. Turner supported a motion to approve the minutes as written.
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