All Things Considered

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Doubleday Canada, 1997 - Religion - 252 pages
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As the world rushes by at an ever dizzier pace, few of us take the time to contemplate what is truly important in life. Luckily, we have journalist and broadcaster Roy Bonisteel to point us in the right direction. His insight and gentle wit illuminate the over 80 thoughtful essays that compriseAll Things Considered A collection of Bonisteel's best-loved pieces from his popular regular column in theUnited Church Observermagazine,All Things Consideredcontains countless gems of understanding and introduces us to people--both unknown and famous--whose lives embody qualities that Roy Bonisteel holds dear; intellectual honesty, inner resourcefulness, commitment to an ideal, and inexhaustible compassion. In this entertaining and uplifting collection, Bonisteel's subject matter ranges from the spiritual wateland of modern politics and media to edifying portraits of courage in the face of devastating disabilities and tragic personal loss. The common thread is the value of the individual life and of humanity as a whole.

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The world Around us
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