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    1. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      Learning to Walk in the Dark
      May 11, 2015
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      This review was written for Learning to Walk in the Dark.
      Taylor is very readable and refreshing in her perception of our long term distrust of all forms of darkness and American paranoia re: light resulting in physical, mental and spiritual illness. Even so, this is a hopeful treatise because it offers healing behaviors. I had become somewhat aware of this unfortunate trend of existence and weary of over-lighting everything. Since reading, I continue to notice new examples of our mis-understanding of darkness. I have recommended the book to my book group for discussion and to many other friends.
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      learning to walk in the dak
      November 1, 2014
      Bill
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      too thematic. not personal. Brown's "Leaving Church" was more personal and enjoyable--5 star.
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