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If you had to name the single most important ingredient for a spiritual life, what would you say it is? If you were to describe your attitude toward sin, what would you say? If you were to describe a way in which the soul of a person is tested, what would you say?Although authors McFarlane and Saywell (If...: Questions for the Game of Life) avoid inserting their own conclusions or theories, the list of questions has an underlying goal. According to the authors, "This fourth collection of If...: Questions... is designed to help us explore--at our own pace, and to varying depth--that most hidden and essential part of ourselves." As a result, some questions have the weight of serious contemplation, while others offer a playful entry into the lifelong challenge of knowing one's soul. --Gail Hudson
Lots of questions on can use for an intimate gathering of friends or for simply reflecting on personally in meditation or daily thought.Published 2 months ago by Gerri C. Sweeney
Great book ... I use this book for groups with teens with behavioral issues ... they love the group as well ... very thought provoking questionsPublished 3 months ago by Deborah Hunter
Fun book to use with your significant other... can make a rainy/snowy afternoon in a lot of fun and informative.Published 12 months ago by Ray Ashley II
Arrived in a timely fashion and was exactly what I ordered.
it was a positive experience. Having known the author, I
am happy to own Evelyn's book.
If for the soul I love this. Book,it really makes You dig deep in Your soul,to Fine the true answer.my sister looked at it and ordered one for herself and two tor family members!Published 20 months ago by Tina L
This is a good book with lots of fun questions for conversation. Exactly what I expected, couldn't ask for more.Published on February 25, 2013 by Taylor Schreck
I bought one for my daughter's birthday and one for myself. Next year, on her birthday, we are going to trade and compare answers.Published on February 4, 2013 by Suzie Einstein