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I used to think the th bead was an emergency spare, like the extra button on a fancy sweater, or the youngest son in a royal family. But apparently there is an even higher purpose. When your fingers reach this marker during prayer, you are meant to pause from your absorption in meditation and thank your teachers.

So here, at my own th bead, I pause before I even begin.

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I offer thanks to all my teachers, who have appeared before me this year in so many curious forms. But most especially I thank my Guru, who is compassion's very heartbeat, and who so generously permitted me to study at her Ashram while I was in India.

This is also the moment where I would like to clarify that I write about my experiences in India purely from a personal standpoint and not as a theological scholar or as anybody's official spokesperson. This is why I will not be using my Guru's name throughout this book-because I cannot speak for her.

Her teachings speak best for themselves. Nor will I reveal either the name or the location of her Ashram, thereby sparing that fine institution publicity which it may have neither the interest in nor the resources for managing. One final expression of gratitude: While scattered names throughout this book have been changed for various reasons, I've elected to change the names of every single person I met-both Indian and Western-at this Ashram in India.

This is out of respect for the fact that most people don't go on a spiritual pilgrimage in order to appear later as a character in a book.

Unless, of course, they are me. I've made only one exception to this self-imposed policy of anonymity. Richard from Texas really is named Richard, and he really is from Texas.

I wanted to use his real name because he was so important to me when I was in India. In early , the feminist magazine Bitch published a critical review and social commentary called "Eat, Pray, Spend".

Authors Joshunda Sanders and Diana Barnes-Brown wrote that " Eat, Pray, Love is not the first book of its kind, but it is a perfect example of the genre of priv-lit: Gottlieb, in a interview with The New Yorker , said, "I was mystified by the success of Eat, Pray, Love, and I felt that the book, and its Oprah-sanctioned ubiquity, needed to be made fun of.

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Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. A Divergent Collection. Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. To begin with, Giovanni is ten years younger than I am, and-like most Italian guys in their twenties-he still lives with his mother.

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She spent three months in India, finding her spirituality "Pray". That was the trigger. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer's personal information.