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James Weeks reading - Meditations Across the King's River

Join us for an evening with James Weeks.

About the book

Tens of thousands of spiritual speakers around the world have been touched by James Week’s online essays and affirmations. Now in book form for the first time, a rich collection of Weeks’s insights and inspirations has been gathered in a powerful, 140-page volume called Meditations Across The King’s River. Weeks’s stories and life lessons were written during his travels throughout the Caribbean and West Africa as a priest of Ifa, an ancient spiritual tradition that originated with the Yoruba people of Nigeria. Here, readers will find hope, encouragement, and wisdom to sustain them on their soul’s journey.

About the author

In addition to being an author, Weeks is also an award-winning photographer and journalist who has published in Parenting magazine and S.F. Weekly newspaper. He is a native of St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands and currently lives in Oakland with his wife and youngest son. To learn more visit his website www.acrossthkingsriver.com

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