Invisible Lines of Connection: Sacred Stories of the Ordinary
Lawrence Kushner, whose previous books have opened up new spiritual possibilities, now tells us stories in a new literary form. Through his everyday encounters with family, friends, colleagues & strangers, Kushner takes us deeply into our lives, finding flashes of spiritual insight in the process. Such otherwise ordinary moments as fighting with his children, shopping for bargain basement clothes, or just watching a movie are revealed to be touchstones for the sacred. This is a book where literature meets spirituality, where the sacred meets the ordinary, &, above all, where people of all faiths, all backgrounds can meet one another & themselves. Kushner ties together the stories of our lives into a roadmap showing how everything "ordinary" is supercharged with meaning-if we can just see it.
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Review: Invisible Lines of Connection: Sacred Stories of the Ordinary (Kushner Series)User Review - Aviva - Goodreads
This book was loaned to me and I'm so glad I read it. Kushner writes amazing things. Each story is a musing of his about some lesson he's learned in his life. If I was smarter, the first time I read ... Read full review
Review: Invisible Lines of Connection: Sacred Stories of the Ordinary (Kushner Series)User Review - Goodreads
You need not be Jewish (or wanting to be Jewish) to enjoy this book. You don't even have to be all that spiritual or faithful. You merely have to wonder if maybe there is something bigger in the little things in life. Excellent read.
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