Contains 100 life-changing spiritual passages ever written. This title includes: Lao Tzu's Te Tao Ching, Dr Samuel Johnson, Marcus Aurelis, the parable of the "Good Samaritan", Arjuna asking Krishna how to live from "Gita", the death of Socrates, John Henry Newman, among others. It also provides introductions to the passages where necessary.
Books of spiritual writings continue to be popular. But here, in one volume, are 100 of the greatest and most life-changing spiritual passages ever written, through the ages and across the faiths. Far from being predictable, this collection contains much that will be fresh and new, to discover and enjoy. Lao Tzu's Te Tao Ching, Dr Samuel Johnson, Marcus Aurelis, the parable of the "Good Samaritan", Arjuna asking Krishna how to live from "Gita", the death of Socrates, St Thomas a Kempsis, John Henry Newman, Brother Lawrence, Jeremy Taylor, John Donne and the Jewish Mystic, Moses Maimonides. And many, many more. There will be notes at the back, a short preface and introductions to the passages where necessary.
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Celia Haddon is a best-selling anthologist whose books have sold well over 1,000,000 copies worldwide. She is currently the Daily Telegraph's pet agony aunt and a famous lover and worshipper of cats, having lived with them and loved them since she was a child. She has compiled a number of anthologies in their honour. She is also compiler of the best-selling ONE HUNDRED WAYS... range and has written an autobiography, IF GOD IS MY FATHER, HOW CAN HE LOVE ME?
One Hundred Lamps for the Soul by Celia Haddon
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