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Sharing Meals Heals: An Italian 'Menu' for Inner Peace

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This is a self-help book for young adults to seniors. It offers support regarding issues and feelings that we all face in life such as relationships, abandonment, spirituality, grief, frustration, hurt, anger, fear, shame, guilt, etc. The author serves it as a 'meal' complete with 1) antipasto (Italian proverbs); 2) zuppa e l'insalata (soup and salad, a few contemporary This is a self-help book for young adults to seniors. It offers support regarding issues and feelings that we all face in life such as relationships, abandonment, spirituality, grief, frustration, hurt, anger, fear, shame, guilt, etc. The author serves it as a 'meal' complete with 1) antipasto (Italian proverbs); 2) zuppa e l'insalata (soup and salad, a few contemporary ideas the author feels need to be tossed upside down like salads, or diluted like some soups); 3) pasta (the main course, short reflections and biographical sketches of how certain creative and loving people from different walks of life responded to the vicissitudes of human existence and 4) dolci (dessert, a few poems, jokes and prayers). It attests that sharing meals is a way of reconciling with others and that sitting around the table together encourages the recounting of joys, sorrows, hopes and dreams, the mutual disclosing of which heals the mind and spirit. The meal theme is borrowed from Jesus who broke bread often with people to help them restore wholeness. suggests self-acceptance since that is the quality that offers energy for personal transformation.


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This is a self-help book for young adults to seniors. It offers support regarding issues and feelings that we all face in life such as relationships, abandonment, spirituality, grief, frustration, hurt, anger, fear, shame, guilt, etc. The author serves it as a 'meal' complete with 1) antipasto (Italian proverbs); 2) zuppa e l'insalata (soup and salad, a few contemporary This is a self-help book for young adults to seniors. It offers support regarding issues and feelings that we all face in life such as relationships, abandonment, spirituality, grief, frustration, hurt, anger, fear, shame, guilt, etc. The author serves it as a 'meal' complete with 1) antipasto (Italian proverbs); 2) zuppa e l'insalata (soup and salad, a few contemporary ideas the author feels need to be tossed upside down like salads, or diluted like some soups); 3) pasta (the main course, short reflections and biographical sketches of how certain creative and loving people from different walks of life responded to the vicissitudes of human existence and 4) dolci (dessert, a few poems, jokes and prayers). It attests that sharing meals is a way of reconciling with others and that sitting around the table together encourages the recounting of joys, sorrows, hopes and dreams, the mutual disclosing of which heals the mind and spirit. The meal theme is borrowed from Jesus who broke bread often with people to help them restore wholeness. suggests self-acceptance since that is the quality that offers energy for personal transformation.

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