By Toinette Lippe
"The principles in Nothing Left Over are seeds bursting with power and her booklet is a primer in thankful residing. As you return to grasp her in a pleasant intimacy, you return to grasp your self from unsuspected perspectives."—Brother David Steindl-Rast
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