Book-The Eye that Wanted to Live Alone-Bahá'í Distribution Services
Book-The Eye that Wanted to Live Alone-Bahá'í Distribution Services
Book-The Eye that Wanted to Live Alone-Bahá'í Distribution Services

Eye that Wanted to Live Alone

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The Eye that Wanted to Live Alone uses the concrete to teach the abstract by likening the human race to various members of one body.

"Be ye as the fingers of one hand, the members of one body."


Also available as a compilation: Unity in Diversity.

 

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    Author & Illustrator: Melanie Lotfali.

    Format: Softcover & hardcover book, 20 x 20 cm, 26 pages; read-to-me ePub.

    Publisher: Michelangela, 2013. 

    About Melanie Lotfali

    Melanie Lotfali PhD is a graduate of the Australian College of Journalism in Professional Writing for Children.

    Melanie has taught spiritual education classes for children for the past twenty years in five countries and is currently an active animator and trainer of animators for the Junior Youth Spiritual Empowerment Program. She is a qualified counselor and classroom teacher, and for over six years facilitated violence prevention and respectful relationships programs in high schools.

    Much of her childhood was spent on the farms, beaches and mountains of Tasmania, where the Fellowship Farm series is set. As an adult she spent four years in Siberia and four years in East Timor as a pioneer. She currently lives in Lismore, Australia, with her family.

    Works by Melanie Lotfali

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      Fellowship Farm series

        Volume 1 (books 1-3)

        Volume 2 (books 4-6)

        Volume 3 (books 7-9)

        Volume 4 (books 10-12)

        Volume 5 (books 13-15)

        Volume 6 (books 16-18)

      Unity in Diversity series

        God's Tais

        Eye that Wanted to Live Alone

        Perfect Chord

        Stars of One Heaven

        Fruit of One Tree 

        Unity in Diversity (compilation)

    Crowned Heart series

        Martha Root

        Clara Dunn

        Corrine True

    Talks by Melanie Lotfali