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  1. [...] story is compellingly told by Kent Nerburn in his book The Wolf at Twilight: An Indian Elder’s Journey Through a Land of Ghosts and Shadows. [...]

  2. [...] Ride” story last week, I was incredibly moved, so much that I immediately wrote to the writer Kent Nerburn, an accomplished author and much sought after speaker – I just had to. Crazy part is, he [...]

  3. [...] various blogs today, I found this story. Wow. There are a couple of life lessons in this one. Kent Nerburn is a very decent, wonderful human being. No dry eyes after reading this [...]

  4. [...] consider a small one. Note: For more inspiring writing by Kent Nerburn, see his beautiful website: http://kentnerburn.com. The above story is taken from his book Make Me an Instrument of your Peace: Living in the Spirit [...]

  5. [...] For more inspiring writing by Kent Nerburn, see his beautiful website: http://kentnerburn.com. The above story is taken from his book Make Me an Instrument of your Peace: Living in the Spirit [...]

  6. [...] came across this author/speaker, Kent Nerburn, who seems to be its source.  To learn more about Kent, <– just click on his name here. GA_googleAddAttr("AdOpt", "1"); [...]

  7. [...] Kent Nerburn-Editor and complier of “The Wisdom of the Native Americans [...]

  8. Anonymous says:

    [...] By Kent Nerburn [...]

  9. [...] beautiful story originally appeared as part of a chapter in Kent Nerburn’s book Make Me an Instrument of Your Peace: Living in the Spirit of the Prayer of St. Francis (pp. [...]

  10. [...] more inspiring writing by Kent Nerburn, see his beautiful website: http://kentnerburn.com. The above story is taken from his book Make Me an Instrument of your Peace: Living in the Spirit [...]

  11. [...] Kent Nerburn - see his blog www.kentnerburn.com  -  is the highly acclaimed author of several books on spiritual values and Native American themes. Kent is also the author of the famous Cab Ride Story. You can support Kent’s work by purchasing autographed copies of his books directly from his bookshop Wolfnordog.com, which also features a range of  beautiful gift baskets. [...]

  12. [...] This biography was adapted from kentnerburn.com. Learn more about Kent Nerburn by reading the origin… Care less for your harvest than for how it is shared and your life will have meaning and your heart will have peace. [...]

  13. [...] the author of the above story. He is a religious seeker rather than a conventional Christian, though his [...]

  14. [...] beautiful story originally appeared as part of a chapter inKent Nerburn’s book Make Me an Instrument of Your Peace: Living in the Spirit of the Prayer of St. Francis (pp. [...]

  15. [...] his book, Make Me an Instrument of Your Peace, Kent Nerburn had a piece titled And where there is sadness, joy. Chances are that you have seen this as an email [...]

  16. [...] This is written by Kent Nerburn and is a true story. There are many versions of this story floating around. This is the most [...]

  17. [...] his book, Make Me an Instrument of Your Peace, Kent Nerburn had a piece titled And where there is sadness, joy. Chances are that you have seen this as an email [...]

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  19. Antonia Zima says:

    “… come let us put our minds together…..” Was the quote from Chief Joseph? or Sitting Bull, as you say here. Just listening to an interview with you where you said Joseph.Just curious.

    Getting ready to order your books and read them! Thank you.

  20. mike says:

    Your book Neither wolf nor dog was pretty good. I am a late college student and do not or have not enjoyed reading novels in the past. Seeing as this was an assignment for one of my classes in communication I was dreading the read. How ever once I started the book it was hard to put down. It was an easy read and it was of a familiar topic and setting. I am from the TC’s but often drive to northern MN and travel through several reservations and of course have heard of several of the problems regarding the indian people. I have a different perception of who’s territory I am driving through especailly when I see a reservation car. I wonder if Dan or Grover are still around let alone fatback. In any event I enjoyed the read and I think I was the first to finish it in the class.

    Now I am putting a little paper about what I have found out about you the author.

    Thanks again.

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