I've started reading "Wherever You Go, There You Are...

I'm Reading. . .

February 16, 1997

I've started reading "Wherever You Go, There You Are: Mindful Meditation in Everyday Life," by Jon Kabat-Zinn. I was intrigued by the title and once I started reading the book, it proved to be an interesting presentation on meditation. With my crazy schedule, this book has given me practical insight on how to be still and appreciate where I am in life.

For our book, two books were very valuable to our research, the first two published histories of Howard University, Walter Dyson's "Howard University: The Capstone of Negro Education, A history 1867-1940" and Rayford Logan's "Howard University 1867-1967." Each book provides a solid and comprehensive discussion of the development of the university from its beginning.

- Hazel Edwards, co-author (with Harry G. Robinson III) of "The Long Walk: The Placemaking Legacy of Howard University," lives in Maryland and is the Special Assistant for planning and development at Howard.

Pub Date: 2/16/97

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