If the idea of mysticism seems hopelessly otherworldly to you, try a taste of St. Teresa, who can be as down to earth as Oprah--and sometimes just as amusing. --Doug Thorpe
I highly suggest anyone at first looking into this Saint to read her autobiography first!
I am a very fast reader, however with this book you will want to read a chapter or two then put it down so your brain can "chew" on what it just read.
The person beginning a life of prayer is presented as a gardener who must care for his or her garden so that it will bloom with flowers and good scents.
Love this book. A must read for all serious Christians. She is very funny and bold. She will entertain you and at the same time motivate you to want to become holier!Published 17 days ago by Mrs. G
Beautiful and inspiring. Sometimes hard to read, but well worth it.Published 23 days ago by Monica Cayia
I have read this book and have developed a more rounded spiritual understanding as a result. I have passed it on to many people and I have always found it to be an amazing... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazonshopper123
I loved every minutes reading the life of the "Little Flower". Although I am not a Catholic, any Christian can learn invaluable treasures from her words and life.Published 7 months ago by R. W. Kendall
Of all the saints, and there are many, St. Theresa was always the most intriguing to me because of her miracles, poetry and humility.Published 8 months ago by Manuel A. Gutierrez