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HUNGERS OF THE HEART: Spirituality and Religion for the 21st Century Paperback – October 4, 2010
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I read this ahead of time for a book study at the church I now attend.
Read the book and learn from it. I have used what I learned from this book to help others as well.
Here is one tip - LAUGH!!!
Laughter does boost white blood cells -- which does boost immunity to disease... Not saying laughter can cure anything -- but maybe you won't get the sniffles or the flu this season once you read it - and then live the teachings in this book.
Reading - and following the advice of this book will help you believe better what ever you do believe (at least trusting in what you do believe) -- even if you believe in nothing I guess? I know reading this book has only strengthened my own beliefs. This book is about respect and treating others with more respect.
This book is about: "Treat others as you wish to be treated". I like that way of writing it rather than "Do unto others....." (A "Golden Rule" that does cross many cultures). The book is all about respecting what others believe....and to me, that is about "spirituality" - not any one kind of religion. I look for the light - what is good - in what all people believe. I do not think it is right to take away what is GOOD in what people believe....I only try to show them what is also good in what I believe. It is their choice to believe it or not. We have choices/freedoms in our country (USA) that so many people around the world do not (at least not the same freedoms anyways).
I have so much more respect for Thomas Jefferson now that I ever did before. Yes, he had slaves, but we all know he treated them with much more respect than most slave owners at the time. Thomas Jefferson is responsible for our Freedom of Religion today. Thomas Jefferson was a UNITARIAN. Because of men like him, we are "One Nation Under the Great Creator God" of all - as that is what I believe as do so many other people.