A Way with Words: Finding Wonder and Meaning in the Language of Life
The words featured in this book haven’t been selected from a dictionary and aren’t part of a vocabulary list. A litany of life’s most trenchant words, they form a language that rolls into our existence, defining moments and giving reality to our convictions. Every term is a telescope to see beyond ourselves and a microscope for looking within. The words are essays, functioning as mirrors and assisting us in coming to terms with life. And together, in this book, they reveal understanding, wisdom and faith. Paper.
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