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Stopping: How to Be Still When You Have to Keep Going, by David Kundtz

276 pages Published by Conari Press.

This is a book for our times. Hectic, pressured, unclear about the future, all of us need to STOP. This book is not about slowing down, adjusting our pace. It is about Stopping.

This means doing nothing at all for a period of time – anything from a few seconds to a few hours to even a week, a month or more. Immensely practical, this book shows you how to begin to integrate sweet drops of silence and peace into your daily routine, no matter how frantic it may be. It shows you how these moments, as they accumulate, will help you to re-focus and re-dedicate yourself to the things that really matter to you, and indeed to begin to recognize them at all, perhaps for the first time.

Stopping: How to Be Still When You Have to Keep Going is a book of immense wisdom but written in a simple accessible way with really practical advice on how to deepen your life without undermining it.

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