3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on April 19, 2001
This collection of poems is reflective of one man's spiritual journey and rebirth late in life. Although very deep and very personal, the poems resonate with the the life journeys we are all traveling. The collection raises more questions than answers, but it awakens questions that we all need to ask. This work is stimulating, challenging, and mind and heart opening.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on August 13, 2009
This was the first book of John Chuchman's that my husband and I bought and it was very inspiring and uplifting. John has a way of challenging your thoughts and beliefs with gentleness and shares our spiritual journeys and challenges. I recommend any of John's books for people who are on a spiritual journey.
on November 4, 2009
In the journey of life, have you ever wished that you had a companion to walk with you---one who has a wise, understanding, compassionate mind---but who has the heart, eyes and enthusiasm of a kid? If you have---John Chuchman is a perfect companion for you. In "Springtime in Autumn" John
invites his reading companions to ponder, enjoy, question, and just pause in wonderment at the mystery of their own lives, their own self. This is not a book that one puts away after reading it. Rather, the combination of John's unique writing style and sensitive wisdom will bring his reading companions back again and again to savor his insights. Regardless of the day or season,
you will find that reading "Springtime in Autumn" is a delightful, enriching experience.
Sister M. Charlene Ozanick
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church
North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania