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Treasury of Spiritual Wisdom: A Collection of 10,000 Inspirational Quotations Paperback – January 1, 1996
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This "Bartlett's Quotations for the Soul" is a massive collection of inspirational quotations from sources as diverse as Joan Rivers, Jesus, and Upanishads, covering topics ranging from abundance and desire to self-esteem and work. Because it will be appropriate for use by students, teachers, and speakers, this handy reference will be a strong addition to all collections. Recommended.
Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc.
About the Author
The editor of this collection, Andy Zubko, has also collaborated on a book about the American saint Peace Pilgrim. Born in New Jersey, he became a partner in a successful greeting card company. Although very successful materially in business, he found himself deeply unsatisfied with his life. He sold his share of the business and took over an orphanage that the Catholic Church had decided to close. He has worked with Peace Pilgrim, with homeless people, and with Mother Teresa's nuns in Haiti, and now lives a contemplative life in an almond orchard in Northern California.
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-You cannot discover new horizons unless you have the courage to loose site of the shore - Annon
The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don't have any - Alice Walker.
Get it while you can. The quote book of quote books. I hope it gets a reprint soon
Not only that, it covers a wide range of topics that not all might call spiritual, and I think this is good. Like the Buddhist saying goes, after enlightenment you still chop wood and carry water.
This is a subject categorized book, which makes it fun to read and easier to use for source material for lecture or writing projects. Or, just put it in your bathroom and get inspired a few column inches at a time.
It's a big book, with 10,000+ quotes, so there is a lot of great material, much of it unique.
I've always felt that one of the best things about quotation books are the authors and books they introduce you to, so you can pursue them in greater depth. If you like to read spiritual material, this book is a like a chocolate sampler loaded with tasty goodies which will help you learn what new flavors to further pursue.