[Ebook] ↠ The Well of Being Author Jean-Pierre Weill – Soaringeaglecasino.us

The Well of Being The Well Of Being A Children S Book For Adults Is An Illustrated Inquiry Into The Pursuit Of Happiness, And What It Means To Be Radically Alive In Our Daily Moments This Adult Picture Book Takes Its Reader On A Quest For Well Being And Self Acceptance, Following The Story Of A Wondering Everyman The Projective Tale Summons The Reader S Inner Child As A Complimentary Vehicle To Drive The Plot Through Bold Reflection And Earnest Doubt Assisted By Cosmic Perspective, The Faceless Protagonist Sets Out To Retrieve The Deep Self Comfort And Inner Wellness Lost Along Life S Way.

[Ebook] ↠ The Well of Being  Author Jean-Pierre Weill – Soaringeaglecasino.us
  • Hardcover
  • 216 pages
  • The Well of Being
  • Jean-Pierre Weill
  • English
  • 07 September 2018
  • 0985800305

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  1. says:

    The Well of Being A Children s Book for Adults is an illustrated inquiry into the pursuit of happiness, and what it means to be radically alive in our daily moments This adult picture book takes its reader on a quest for well being and self acceptance, following the story of a wondering everyman The tale is captured through the innocent lens of the author s inner child a vehicle uniquely capable of driving the plot through bold reflection and earnest doubt The faceless prot...


  2. says:

    SynopsisThe Well of Being a children s book for adults is an illustrated inquiry into the pursuit of happiness, and what it means to be radically alive in our daily moments This adult picture book takes its reader on a quest for well being and self acceptance, following the story of a wondering everyman The projective tale summons the reader s inner child as a complimentary vehicle to drive the plot through bold reflection and earnest doubt Assisted by cosmic perspective, the faceless pro SynopsisThe Well of Being a children s book for adults is an illustrated inquiry into the pursuit of happiness, and what it means to be radically alive in our daily moments This adult picture book takes its reader on a quest for well being and self acceptance, following the story of a wondering everyman The projective tale summons the reader s inner child as a complimentary vehicle to drive the plot through bold reflection and earnest doubt Assisted by cosmic perspective, the faceless protagonist sets out to retrieve the deep self comfort and inner wellness lost along life s way My Review This book was sent to me for an honest review.I wasn t sure how much I would enjoy this book but upon finally reading it, I can t believe I put it off It reads like a mesh of a children s book and graphic novel not the super hero type though The simple words combined with unique illustrations really hit perfectly The wonderful thing...


  3. says:

    If I were to own one book, The Well of Being would be it.It is a book to treasure Adults need picture books to help them take a breath, to step away from the harshness that often confronts daily life I ha...


  4. says:

    Brilliant philosophical illustrative book It speaks to the heart and offers a very enriching journey to read alone or with others I ll definitely keep it near for reading it again every now and then.


  5. says:

    A lovely, peaceful book, just what I need this afternoon


  6. says:

    Note I received a free copy of The Well of Being in exchange for an honest review.I like quirky and strange things The Well of Being isn t strange, but it is an off the beaten path kind of book, one that defies a simple description.The content is an exploration of a certain philosophical view, illustrated by watercolor paintings that are quiet and emotionally evocative I reviewed the book on.pdf on my tablet, so it loses something that would be there when the reader holds a hard copy in his Note I received a free copy of The Well of Being in exchange for an honest review.I like quirky and strange things The Well of Being isn t strange, but it is an off the beaten path kind of book, one that defies a simple description.The content is an exploration of a certain philosophical view, illustrated by watercolor paintings that are quiet and emotionally evocative I reviewed the book on.pdf on my tablet, so it loses something that would be there when the reader holds a hard copy...


  7. says:

    The Well of Being is an richly illustrated pursuit of happiness, the well of being, the source of well being The One that created the universe is forgotten by many and needs to be found again Weill paints the scenes from creation, the fall of mankind and its consequences There s hope as well to renew inner wellness and truly live life as it is meant to be The hassidic Jewish teachings interpretations provide a consistent and guiding base of reference throughout the book Though the phrases o The Well of Being is an richly illustrated pursuit of happiness, the well of being, the source of well being The One that created the universe is forgotten by many and needs to be found again Weill paints the scenes from creation, the fall of mankind and its consequences There s hope as well to renew inner wellness and truly live life as it is meant to be The hassidic Jewish teachings interpretations provide a consistent and guiding base of reference throughout the book Though the ...


  8. says:

    A beautiful book that caught my eye as I browsing the shelves of a bookstore And I admit, the tagline a children s book for adults caught my eye which as a children s bookseller who is amazed by the quality and depth of lots of picture books out there It annoyed me a bit, almost as much as the trend of adult coloring books With that rant aside, this book focuses on learning to be one with self Everyone will get someth...


  9. says:

    Beautiful book Lyrical, spare bits of narrative paired with evocative watercolor illustrations on facing pages Simple telling of the living in the moment, joyous state of wonder that we lose as we grow up.I go...


  10. says:

    Did anyone else notice that the main chararcter is male, all of the artistic references are male, and the only antagonist in the whole book is female Additionally, I found it amazingly facile There are some lovely spiritual illustrated children s books, this is not one of them.

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