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This wonderful book, The Smell of Rain on Dust, not only addresses this culture’s lack of grief but it discusses in poignant ways how our inability to grieve  has created many of our culture’s delirious, fast paced, toxic, constant state of emergency symptoms where depression, addiction and mediocrity reign.  As a mother, daughter, teacher, and farmer I found  this book to stir up a deep prayer, that as a people we might one day through being with the depths of our grief find so much love and  deliciousness in being alive that we  praise this life so genuinely nothing  is left unloved.

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