Seeking Peace: Notes and Conversations Along the Way

by Johann Christoph Arnold

Other authorsThich Nhat Hanh (Preface), Madeleine L'Engle (Foreword)
Hardcover, 1998




Where can we find peace of heart and mind--with ourselves, with others, and with God? Arnold says most people are looking in the wrong direction. In a culture that bombards us with feel-good-about-yourself spirituality, Seeking Peace is sure to satisfy a deep hunger. There is a peace greater than self-fulfilment, a peace greater than nations no longer at war. But it will demand a relentless pursuit kept up only by hope and courage, vision and commitment. Seeking Peace explores many facets of humankind's ageless search for peace. It plumbs a wealth of spiritual traditions and draws on the wisdom of some exceptional (and some very ordinary) people who have found peace in surprising places. Independent Publisher Book Award winner Foreword Magazine Book of the Year… (more)


Plough Pub House (1998), 264 pages



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LibraryThing member swampygirl
Exactly what I needed to read. Hopefully I can keep it fresh in my mind moving forward into the new year.
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