*Condition Note: Moderate cover and binding wear.*
Have you ever watched a tightrope walker--dressed in a fancy jump suit, wearing mime makeup, and clutching a parasol--perform high about the ground? If so, you know how important keeping one's balance can be--and how difficult.
Author Carol Amen writes: "Surviving in today's world, for me at least, also involves precarious teetering. Similar to the circus performer, my own walk through life depends on balance, but unlike the tightrope person, I've had no training or apprenticeship for my role. Some days I fall down a lot."
What about you? As you teeter on the tightrope of life, do you find it hard to maintain proper balance? Do you fall down a lot, too?
Teetering on a Tightrope will help you maintain a proper balance between: work and relaxation, giving and receiving, praise and criticism, noise and silence, failure and success, possessiveness and letting go, and other important aspects of daily living.
Teetering on the Tightrope
Let Praise Rain
Coping with Noise...Hoping for Silence
Echoing Over the Waters
Turn Failure Into Success
A Sunday Morning with the Developing Handicapped
A Thousand Times No
I Never Told Them
If a Thing is Worth Doing
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