The Practice: Dee and Bea's Quick & Easy Guide to Enlightenment

The Practice Dee and Bea s Quick Easy Guide to Enlightenment Two Middle aged Girl Pals on a Quest for EnlightenmentMeet Dee an intellectual with a disreputable past and a passion for food sex and fashion and Bea the former star of antacid and hemorrhoid co

  • Title: The Practice: Dee and Bea's Quick & Easy Guide to Enlightenment
  • Author: Dawn Baumann Brunke Betsy Robinson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Two Middle aged Girl Pals on a Quest for EnlightenmentMeet Dee, an intellectual with a disreputable past and a passion for food, sex, and fashion, and Bea, the former star of antacid and hemorrhoid commercials who dislikes most everything except Dee The two decide to become self proclaimed best selling spiritual experts after Dee has a dream that they are The tale of theTwo Middle aged Girl Pals on a Quest for EnlightenmentMeet Dee, an intellectual with a disreputable past and a passion for food, sex, and fashion, and Bea, the former star of antacid and hemorrhoid commercials who dislikes most everything except Dee The two decide to become self proclaimed best selling spiritual experts after Dee has a dream that they are The tale of their journey to enlightenment takes place over meals, and each chapter ends with a spiritual practice written not only to entertain, but to offer a deeper, truer, and certainly a funnier kind of wisdom than the plethora of how to be spiritual books.

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    • Betsy Robinson says:

      The Back Story (which is kind of a review): It was January 2009, I'd lost my lucrative magazine job in the not-so-great recession and was blue, to put it mildly. But to be honest, I also was kind of done being managing editor of a spiritual magazine, and although I missed the money, I was hungry to get back to fiction—reading and writing it—which is where my heart is. So I holed up in my New York City apartment and started having fun.Jump Cut to Alaska: Dawn Baumann Brunke, who edited a spir [...]

    • Erika says:

      I have to admit Betsy (Bea) is a friend of mine, and thank goodness for that. Also Thanksgiving is tomorrow so thank goodness for this book which I have turned to every time family members have asked me any questions or said anything at all about the upcoming holidays. The Practice really did enlighten me. Just enough to decide to do what I want this year. And it was a hoot and a half to boot. I have a feeling I know what to get a lot of people for Christmas this year.

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