Breakfast at the Victory: the mysticism of ordinary experience
A brilliant memoir of the rebirth of the soul and a return to innocence. Combining everything from the teachings of the Buddha to the poetry of Frost, Carse revisits those ordinary moments in which we see the wondrous and the terrible to reveal the mystical at work in American life.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - AliceAnna - LibraryThing
A nice little reminder to open one's eyes and realize the depth of experience afforded by ordinary, everyday happenings. Read full review
Review: Breakfast at the VictoryUser Review - Peggy Lo - Goodreads
I like the quietness of it and the strings of thoughts. The book is trying to convey something that can't be fully conveyed. It reminds me of what Bishop Marc said about quarter tones being something that can't be played but implied with two other notes by the space between them. Read full review