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This book of personal essays is very much written in the diction of the late 1960s but should not be dismissed or taken lightly because of that. Keen was searching for a faith or philosophy grounded in his experience that would also offer holistic integration (see?) of his life and connection to others. His insights, such as that we cannot live in the present moment without remembering our past and hoping for our future, are sharp and true.
Review: To a Dancing God: Notes of a Spiritual TravelerUser Review - Goodreads
I haven't had a book make me think this hard in a long time. It is an easy book to jump around in, but prepare to spend some time in contemplation. I would read a few pages and then put it down to ...
Step Back from the Baggage Claim: Change the World, Start at the Airport
Limited preview - 2009
ONE Exile and Homecoming
The Living Past
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