The Reinvention of Work: New Vision of Livelihood for Our Time, A

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Harper Collins, Apr 15, 1995 - Religion - 352 pages
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In The Reinvention of Work, radical priest Matthew Fox draws on a rich legacy of great mystics and philosophers and proposes a spirituality of work. As Thomas Aquinas said, "To live well is to work well," and in this bold call for the revitalization of daily work, Fox shares his vision of a world where our personal and professional lives are celebrated in harmony--a world where the self is not sacrificed for a job but is sanctified by authentic "soul work."

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I remember reading this book more than ten years ago and being enthralled with it. I loved its emphasis on one's doing meaningful work, and that it made the worker of central importance rather than ... Read full review

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I do wish more people had read this book and followed its wisdom! Read full review


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Matthew Fox (left) is a priest and director of the Institute in Culture and Creation Spirituality in Oakland, California. Silenced by the Vatican in 1989, he was formally dismissed by the Dominican order in the spring of 1993 after a five-year struggle over his radical views. Fox is the author of many books, including The Coming of the Cosmic Christ, Creation Spirituality, and Sheer Joy.

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