The Way of Silence Paperback

Engaging the Sacred in Daily Life

by Br David Steindl-Rast;

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Feel like you've lost depth in your faith and life? This book draws on timeless approaches, and benefits, to embodying the way for silence and contemplation.

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The Way of Silence

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  • Want to turn away from the noise of daily life?
  • David Steindl-Rast shows how to live with a sense of silence and the sacred
  • You'll find a path to peacefulness in the pages of this book
One of the most influential and beloved spiritual teachers of our time shows how to practice deep listening in everyday life: how to turn away from noise and distraction, pay closer attention, and embrace silence. Humbly, trusting in God, you'll discover how to quiet your mind in order to receive wisdom and insight, listen deeply with a trusting heart, and joyously discover a new interior freedom.

The Way of Silence was published in 2016 by Franciscan Media, and some of the text has appeared in other publications; this edited arrangement is approved by him.

The Way of Silence by Br David Steindl-Rast was published by Darton, Longman And Todd in January 2018 and is our 32743rd best seller. The ISBN for The Way of Silence is 9780232533576.

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Details for The Way of Silence

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherDarton, Longman And Todd (January 2018)
Number of Pages160
Height216 mm
Width135 mm
Product Code4538583
Page last updated 7th February 2018
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