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Lions Roar : July 2014
LIVING WITH A WILD GOD A Nonbeliever’s Search for the Truth About Everything By Barbara Ehrenreich Grand central Publishing 2014; 242 pp., $26 (cloth) Growing up in a staunchly atheist family, Barbara Ehrenreich became a non-believer, a rationalist, the sort of person who always asked “why.” nonetheless, as a teenager she had a series of what might be called “mystical experiences,” which she had no framework for understanding. Ehrenreich clearly remem- bers the first one. She was at a horse show with her family and, feeling bored, she wandered off. Then, without warning, she The memoir Misadventures of a Parenting Yogi takes us into the home of Brian Leaf, a father of two who is attempting to integrate parenthood with his spiritual life. he concludes that, though little kids look awfully cute doing cobra pose, they don’t need yoga, as they are already relaxed and present. Yoga, however, does help him open his mind and see his kids as they are, rather than how he’d like them to be. While Leaf is a dad of the ultra “granola” and loving variety, he has a sense of humor about it. Paying $400 for used cloth diapers, planting the placenta under an oak tree, and wrestling babies into car seats are all opportuni- ties for him to poke gentle fun. shambhala sun July 2014 80