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Stories of the Red-Tailed Hawk


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Stories of the Red-Tailed Hawk is inspired by the author's shamanistic connection to the natural world. When attention is given to the truth of spirit offered within the verses, clarity for transcending dimensions is made available. The reader is given the opportunity to experience simple, unfettered faith.

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EAN:9781504380027
Item Size:0.19 x 11 x 11 inches
Package Weight:0.49 pounds
Package Size:8.31 x 0.31 x 0.31 inches

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