Magazine article Tikkun

Little Book of Life: A User's Manual

Magazine article Tikkun

Little Book of Life: A User's Manual

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LITTLE BOOK OF LIFE: A USER'S MANUAL Neale Donald Walsch Hampton Roads, 2010

Dismissed as New Age, Neale Donald Walsch's popular spiritual insights have not received the careful attention they deserve. The premise ofhis Conversations with God seemed so outlandish that few literary magazines or book reviewers gave it serious attention, though it remained a national best seller for three years as millions of Americans found within it a deep wisdom that they could not find in their own religious traditions. Reviewing the three volumes ofthat work led us to appreciate a depth of insight that could hold its own with many more lauded works that covered their backs with academic quotations and learned essays. Little Book of Life can similarly be mistaken as the product of a guru's ego out of control, yet it is chock full of wisdom we all know but do not take seriously enough. Walsch calls upon us to take the spiritual insight that "we are all one" and apply it to politics, economics, and caring for the earth. …

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