Jun 1, 2019-- In this excerpt from The Smell of Rain on Dust, Martin Prechtel tells the story of a friend who has asked his advice about burying his recently deceased mother. In the book, Prechtel explains that the unexpressed grief prevalent in our society today is the reason for many of the social, cultural, and individual maladies that we are currently experiencing. In this beautiful tale, he illustrates what happens when one stoic, mid-western American expresses his grief based on Prechtel's advice. (28895 reads)
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Without darkness, nothing comes to birth, As without light, nothing flowers.
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