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The Call

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Oriah

Narrated By: Oriah

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers

Date: January 2004

Duration: 6 hours 2 minutes

Summary:

In The Invitation, visionary writer and teacher Oriah Mountain Dreamer wrote about what we long for. In The Dance, she explored how to live this longing to the fullest. Now, in The Call, she completes the trilogy, showing us why we are here and why we must each undertake that journey from longing to living fully and deeply in the world. Each of us has our own call, our own way to discover and live fully our true selves and our heart's desires. But the call cannot be found in the expectations of others or in the outside world; it can only be found within ourselves. And heeding it is not a matter of doing, but of accepting, 'not doing.'
With her trademark practical style, Oriah gently guides us through her journey to find and heed her own call. What she discovered is that to be fully human is consciously to be who we truly are. By joining Oriah on this path, we may find the way to live awake to our distinct essence. The key is to give up striving to become who we think we should be and to embrace our true self, imperfections and all.

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  • Susan

    I have to preface this with the fact that I'm an Oriah fan. I find peace in her wandering, calming style. If you are looking for a bullet point list for how to find your calling, this is not the book or author for you. Oriah's books are a journey. She weaves a story that allows you to experience her journey in a way that makes you rethink your journey. I have always been a fan of her books and this one is no exception. I found myself identifying with her need to make things difficult and recognizing that life does not have to be difficult to be good. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is on a journey of their own.

  • Anonymous

    Not a great book. she is trying to teach us to be better yet she struggles herself. I just don't like any of her books and would not recommend any of them unless you want to read something about her life and struggles in it.

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