Long Litt Woon

Grief and the power of nature

– How to deal with loss
– Find your way back to joy
– Bestselling author from Norway

Long Litt Woon was born in Malaysia and ended up in Norway as an exchange student, where she met the love of her life: Norwegian Eiolf Olsen. She married him, was very happy, until Eiolf suddenly passed away. Woon’s grief is overwhelming and endless. In the deepest depths of her grief, she doesn’t know why to get up in the morning, until one day, she bumps into a group of people picking mushrooms. For some reason, they intrigue her – her so much so, that she goes hiking with them. In her book The Way Through The Woods -translated into 14 languages, a bestseller in every country – she interweaves grief and the world of mushrooms. It’s a peculiar combination, but it works.

Quote: ‘You can find comfort in the smallest details and in the most unexpected places’

Present: Saturday, Sunday

English Speaking

Especially interesting if you want to know more about: grief, mourning, nature, hiking, loss

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