Care of the Soul

Care of the Soul

A Guide for Cultivating Depth and Sacredness in Everyday Life

Book - 1992
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Publisher: New York, N.Y. : HarperCollins, c1992.
ISBN: 9780060165970
Branch Call Number: 158/MOOR
Characteristics: 312 pages ; cm


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Jun 24, 2019

It is one of my favorite books on spirituality ever. Being Russian, the word "soul" means a lot to me. Even through Soviet years, the Russian folk continued using the word "душа" (dusha - soul) in many everyday expressions, despite the fact that everything traditionally related to religion was forbidden after the October Revolution 1917. But Dusha, or Soul, is what makes us people, no matter our beliefs, our soul is something so much deeper, more ancient and profound than any teaching on our planet. I really enjoy the language of Thomas Moore - it is soothing to just follow his turns of phrases. He also will surprise you, I think, quite a few times, some of the examples and conclusions in the book are wonderfully paradoxical. I highly recommend to anyone who is in need of healing and soul searching.

IndyPL_MaryG Feb 04, 2019

This book is a wonderful starting point on the spiritual journey. Thomas Moore shines a light on the holiness of the everyday while leading on to nurturing one's 'soul.'

Oct 03, 2016

A great book that is assigned to me as part of Practitioner training at my church.

Nov 02, 2007

Thomas Moore writes very well in describing the souls part in our lives and how it affects us.


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