Sacred Journey Hardback
by Charles Foster;
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Sacred Journey by Charles Foster was published by Thomas Nelson in May 2010 and is our 7417th best seller. The ISBN for Sacred Journey is 9780849900990.
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The Sacred JourneyMelanie Carroll, via The Good Book Stall
Charles Foster has written a wonderful book that purports to be about pilgrimage but is in fact a treatise on the life of searching and being a nomad, on finding oneself in the journey and awakening to the fact of that journey and the reality of it wherever we may be. He has done this in an engaging manner offering tales of his own journeys and pilgrimages, of other peoples wisdoms and insights, in an open and honest way, a way that at times leaves him more naked and honest than I perhaps would want to be – acknowledging his own blindness, guilt and hypocrisy and offering these up as atonements and proofs of the lessons learned and to be learned.
Theological insight and consideration lapses to desert fathers style wisdom and insight in an entrancing blend of thoroughly modern writing that is perfect for a book on Pilgrimage in The Ancient Practices Series.
I can wholeheartedly recommend this book and am sure that it will be a blessing to many feeling the need to be more present in the journey or called to undertake the journey of pilgrimage and nomadic freedom that can even be found in the small journeys we take if we do them in the awareness and consideration of the now, the new, the here.
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Details for Sacred Journey
|Page last updated||25th February 2017|
|Author / Artist||Charles Foster|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (May 2010)|
|Number of Pages||176|