How, Then, Shall We Live?: Four Simple Questions That Reveal the Beauty and Meaning of Our Lives

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Bantam Books, 1996 - Self-Help - 288 pages
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The bestselling author of Legacy of the Heart now offers a unique guide for spiritual seekers which centers on four simple questions that can become doorways to a more meaningful life: Who am I? What do I love? How shall I live, knowing I will die? What is my gift to the family of the Earth? Stories are interwoven with meditations, daily practices, poems, and teachings from the great spiritual traditions.

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Review: How Then, Shall We Live?: Four Simple Questions That Reveal the Beauty and Meaning of Our Lives

User Review  - Kaye - Goodreads

I loved Sabbath, but for some reason I found this book to be a real snooze-fest. For me, I think the issue was that all of the examples and illustrations were very disjointed, with a lot of jumping ... Read full review

Review: How Then, Shall We Live?: Four Simple Questions That Reveal the Beauty and Meaning of Our Lives

User Review  - Jean Barrington - Goodreads

It has been some years since I have read this book. The fact that I kept it in my library and did some highlighting in it indicates felt it was a book worth a second read. I liked it, Read full review

About the author (1996)

Wayne Muller is an ordained minister and therapist and founder of Bread for the Journey, an innovative organization serving families in need. A graduate of Harvard Divinity School, he is Senior Scholar at the Fetzer Institute and a Fellow of the Institute of Noetic Sciences. He also runs the annual Institute for Engaged Spirituality and gives lectures and retreats nationwide. His first book, Legacy of the Heart, was a New York Times bestseller. He lives with his family in northern California.

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