by Daniel Brako
Publisher: eBookIt 2011
Number of pages: 58
Microstories is a collection of 44 bite-sized tales, designed to inspire, entertain and inform. Each Microstory is accompanied by a spiritual summary that can be used as a meditative statement. Since the stories and summaries are all self-contained, Microstories can be read from start to finish or by choosing pages at random.
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