Om Lessons in Impermanence
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Lessons in Impermanence is an exploration of experimental living. Jettisoning the 95, Jane Parry documents the Breton country year in a journal, facing up to the many challenges involved when you opt to live close to nature’.< /p>
These challenges encompass the physical and psychical, material and emotional. Mousetraps, schooling, the French tax system, yoga, riverflows and mandalas all provide scope for new experiences.
A candid account of rural Breton living, Lessons in Impermanence reveals the development of a very personal philosophy, as Jane and her family embrace the difficulties and triumphs of their alternative lifestyle with wit and humour.