Living from the Center: Spirituality in an Age of Consumerism (Google eBook)
How do we fit the life of the spirit into an existence overwhelmed by overconsumption? Using stories and images from poetry, Jay McDaniel offers an understanding of spirituality through wisdom, compassion, and inner freedom.
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A good book for anyone's anti-consumerism collection (see also Reverend Billy's What Would Jesus Buy?). I am intrigued by McDaniel's "Nine False Gods" (kind of eye-opening) and his interpretation of ... Read full review
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