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Earth & Sky, Heart & Soul

Reflections on Nature and the Nature of Man

Kevin Mullaney

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  • Paperback: 56 pages
  • Dimensions: 5.50" x 8.50"
  • ISBN: 978-1-63413-124-7
  • Publication Date: 2014-12-02
  • Two Harbors Press

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Earth & Sky, Heart & Soul

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Earth & Sky, Heart & Soul—a beautiful, lyrical gift to readers—is deeply rooted in the spiritual and the transcendental, a book which expresses “a profound appreciation for mankind’s inner divinity.”

Earth & Sky, Heart & Soul is offered in two parts. In Part 1, “Earth & Sky,” the author evokes his “search for a boundary to exist within.” In Part 2, “Heart & Soul,” he finds freedom in the infinite, as he “summons the secrets of the soul.” The book’s eloquence is enhanced by its illustrations—exquisite images of glass art that emphasize man’s deep relationship with nature and his gratitude for existence. 

Earth & Sky, Heart & Soul is unique and awe-inspiring. As Kevin Mullaney tells us, “Just as light flows through a prism, light shines through our souls and is dispersed through our hearts.” His book ignites that light.

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"Kevin Mullaney has mapped a landscape of the heart and his journey across it. Through his reflections, written in a secluded cabin in Pennsylvania, a reader traverses the seasons where nature, the inner self, and the spirit merge. When he describes a scene in the evening where the deer come to drink, I’m sitting next to him watching the moment unfold.

"Kevin’s poetry comes from the next phase of his life in Arizona. The poems follow the cycle of life in a spiritual journey back to the starting point. Reading Earth & Sky, Heart & Soul, you will take the journey with him."

— Scott Thybony, author of Burntwater, as well as numerous guidebooks for The National Geographic Society.

Kevin Mullaney

Kevin Mullaney was born and raised in St. Marys, Pennsylvania. At the age of twenty, he put his schooling and work aside to devote one year to being secluded in a remote cabin in the mountains of western Pennsylvania. Part I was written during this seclusion.

The next forty years were spent raising a family and pursuing a career in the field of public works construction and management, until his retirement in 2009. Kevin resides in Flagstaff, Arizona.