Dear River

  • by Heather Drummond
  • Narrated by Heather Drummond
  • 5 hrs and 8 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Venture into the world of eastern theology with a conventional Christian who is challenged by the fear and scepticism often associated with yoga and meditation. Share with her a deeper understanding about these practices and how they can strengthen your relationship with God. Become part of a new movement of harmony in diversity that the world so desperately needs. Most importantly, come to know yourself as Teilhard de Chardin saw us - as spiritual beings having a human experience, not human beings having a spiritual experience.
Dear River is a powerful, poignant book written by a soul-searching woman as a gift to her young son. It speaks volumes on her pursuit of truth, her spiritual awakening, and brings to light new ideas on how to live life to the fullest. It is written from a very personal perspective which lends it a certain fresh resonance that is not often common in other spiritual books.
It offers a new viewpoint on Christianity, Spirituality, God, and our divine purpose here on earth. The author gently pushes you to question your life and your ideals for the better, as she did along her incredible journey. If you have ever wondered about life's bigger picture you should definitely read this book! (Tanya Hunt, Editor.)
Dear Riveris an auto-biography, written by a Zimbabwean girl who grew up in Africa. Greatly inspired by her husband Garth and the book Conversations with God by Neale Donald Walsch, she enrolled in a writing program called The Movement of Change, a program for amateur writers with a strong desire to share their spiritual message. This is her story....


What the Critics Say

"You need to get this book onto Oprah, it's amazing" (Debbie Dabs, South Africa)
"I found Dear River to be a delightful exploration of love and life." (Pam Slujs - Amsterdam)
"Heather, I am totally blown by your book!" (Daren Williams - Harare)


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Book Details

  • Release Date: 23-01-2012
  • Publisher: Heather Drummond