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Paperback Homemaking as a Social Art: Creating a Home for Body, Soul, and Spirit Book

ISBN: 1855840685

ISBN13: 9781855840683

Homemaking as a Social Art: Creating a Home for Body, Soul, and Spirit

In recent years, social and economic pressures have combined to affect the traditional role of the homemaker. With emphasis being placed on the world of work as opposed to the life of home, many... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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A Wealth of Information and Observations

This book really dealt with the importance of the art of homemaking being taken more seriously in our time. The author sends a reminder that the home is still very much the first line of defense for almost every societal issue that we deal with. We are either weakened or strengthened by our own home experience. Since the whole person, spiritual, physical, and emotional, resides in a home, we must pay attention to developing all facets in an enriching and honorable manner. I'd recommend this to anyone who is getting married, newly married, starting a family or just needing some additional insight into the family they already have.

Greatest guidebook for creating or recreating a family

Veronica Van Duin has done us all a huge favor by drawing on deep and timeless principles to forge a handbook to use in making family life work today. I am a single dad with grown children and have found out, they never really leave the nest (thank God) but they do come back home with some deeply challenging problems for "us" to confront. "Homemaking As A Social Art" helped me come to realize that "family" is not something you learn about, it is an ongoing growth process that you are going to be involved in all of your life and Veronika has distilled her own experiences and the wisdom of Rudolph Steiner down into a really usable book that makes you glow with the opportunity inherent in family living. Before "Homemaking As A Social Art" all I had to draw on was some Christian literature (Family Home Evenings) from the Mormons ( Great stuff) and Stephen Covey's bookThe 7 Habits Of Highly Successful Families (A great book by the way)This book is even better. Get it and you and your family will be happier and for the rest of your life you will be discover new ways to add meaning and deep enjoyment to your lives.
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