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A hard struggle is required.... But this struggle is not beyond our strength. It calls from some very specific, well-planned steps. It calls for a few moments a day in the presence of God when we can listen to his voice precisely in the midst of our many concerns. It also calls for the persistent endeavor to be with others in a new way by seeing them not as people to whom we can cling in fear, but as fellow human beings with whom we can create new space for God.--Michael Joseph Gross
Well written and easy to follow little book on spirituality.
In this book, Nouwen writes that the key to living a spiritual life is by understanding the difference between being busy and being fulfilled.
It's a short book that can be read in one sitting so you can sink your teeth into it then chew on it.
This small book addresses the human problem of worry. It is based on the commandment of Jesus not to, and gives encouragement, direction how to combat it, hope for life without... Read morePublished 29 days ago by K. Miles
It is difficult to dislike anything published by this writer, who died too soon.Published 2 months ago by D Hamner
Title: Making All Things New. No thanks....no thanks no thanks no thanks no thanks no thanks no thanks no thanks no thank no thanksPublished 2 months ago by Vince Gibson
I have read everything of Nouwen's that I can get my hands on, and I have yet to be disappointed by any of his books. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Samuel C. Schaar
Enjoyed this book but not as much as Life of the Beloved or With Open Hands. It's a good book but not his best.Published 4 months ago by Holly
Thin, easy to read, but it is a book that will stimulate you to get closer to God. If you are even just attracted by the title, you want to get closer to God, this book can help... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
A good short read that reminds us of how many of us really are just too busy with life and worry and that the way we find peace is through life in the Spirit.Published 5 months ago by Mr. Daniel C. Johnson