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Boiling the Bones is writer Filiz Tasel's beautiful narration that depicts her journey toward self-realization and stripping herself of everything she knew and owned to serve others who had nothing. You will be amazed and inspired at this woman's story-it is an emotional and spiritual masterpiece of storytelling. Filiz Tasel left her life to pursue a lifelong dream: to live in nature and among the animals. Little did she know that by following a dream, it would lead her to places she never thought she would go. Tasel travels to Africa and lives with the indigenous tribe, the Maasai. For nine years, she wrote by candlelight, moved by the stories of these proud people. She experienced malaria, typhoid, hunger, and unimaginable sufferings, but she gained much more than she ever lost-she discovered that she had a purpose and with that purpose came a wondrous awakening. Tasel learned that the real wealth of the Universe was inside her. This book will encourage you to step outside your own boundaries-it is a story about losing everything to discover the magnificence of the humanness in all of us and how we all are truly connected. Tasel's extraordinary story proves that with faith, miracles can and do happen. Filiz Tasel was 36 years old when she traveled to Africa. Nine years later she returned to a much more modernized world, one in which she is still adapting to live in and understand. Her writing and experience has inspired her to establish a foundation to help more indigenous people throughout the world. She is working on a second book and lives near Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Boiling the Bones is her first book.
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Book Description Eloquent Books, 2009. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1606935747