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Not a fan of the translation- had to read it in the original French to make sure Weil didn't actually write how the translator wrote. Translator took idioms too literary. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sarah H
One of the best books ever written. Her depth, clarity, and unique thought will plant seeds into your mind.Published 4 months ago by Josee
Wow, what a woman! An incredible mind compelled to seek the truth, the divine, the eternal. I like her philosophy of a unique personal endeavor to find God, without the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Wm Blest
The theme of this book as well as several others meets the growing edge in my spiritual journey. It is a read that requires time and thinking!Published 18 months ago by TJH
This is a book for everyone. One of the reasons is because integrity is so attractive. The quote from Kierkegaard comes to mind: Purity of heart is to will one thing . . . Read morePublished 19 months ago by Kirk Allison
This book has referenced in the Magnificat that I read daily. It looks to be a very easy read for Lent..Published 21 months ago by diane mcmullin
Simone Weil lived her life to the maximum, though she died at 34 in 1943. Intellectually a genius, her passion was to know and live life through the eyes of the sufferings of... Read morePublished 21 months ago by John Kuypers