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witness for his generation of the way out of self-defeating individualism by tracking anew the boundaries of that ancient other country, whose citizens recognize a hidden ground of unity and love among all living things.He might have added that, for Merton, one direct escape from individualism was the act of loving other individuals, an aspect of Merton's character that shines clearly in the many portraits here. Notably, the most arresting of these images is a face without features. It hovers next to a prayer that begins, "O God, my God, why am I so mute?" --Michael Joseph Gross
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Written in Merton's unique style. Spiritually moving. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys the meditations of the beauty of the simplicity of life.Published 12 months ago by Tony Lamanna
The book is a delight just to browse through, almost like an exercise in lectio-divina, stopping at whatever strikes me that day for further reflection. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Thomas Bowman
Book in excellent condition; arrived sooner than I thought. Very happy with service,
condition and price of book. I will need one more later in Sept./13. Read more
Merton's drawings are "an inside line" to his spirit, giving a fluid form to an ongoing God-conversation and a snapshot an instant before a transforming threshold is... Read morePublished 16 months ago by B. A. Dyar