Malcolm Rothwell describes his experiences of a 30-day silent retreat: no television or radio, no books or newspapers, eating alone and conversation limited to one hour per day. The only companion who never ceases to be present and who constantly surprises is God.
For many people, the thought of a 30-day silent retreat would be anathema: no television or radio, no books or newspapers, eating alone and conversation limited to one hour per day. The only companion who never ceases to be present and who constantly surprises is God. The author writes about his experiences on such a retreat and sometimes these are intensely personal experiences. He writes with a compelling and refreshing honesty about his journey with God; the book is composed with simplicity, but the issues it raises are profound. At its heart is a moving spiritual encounter with the mystery we call God. Coming as he does from a very cerebral background and approach to religion, Rothwell finds his retreat experiences utterly transformative.
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