Missing Peace: A Modern Parable on Recovering Your Soul in a Material World
The postmodern seekers of today value experience over beliefs, distrust institutions and leaders, stress personal fulfillment over community and are fluid in their allegiances. For these seekers, Glandion Carney presents a contemporary parable in which a woman admits that financial and professional success have not brought her the fulfillment she expected and that her life is empty at the core. So she begins - however tentatively - to ask the questions that all seekers may eventually ask and through dialogue with Brother Theodore finds plenty of material for contemplation and realization.
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