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Using humor, compassion, and insight, the beloved and best-selling Anthony de Mello teaches us to welcome the challenge of knowing ourselves and living the "aware" life.
Anthony de Mello was a Jesuit Priest known throughout the world for his writings and spiritual conferences. He died suddenly in 1987. Among his many books are Sadhana and The Song of the Bird. J. Francis Stroud, the editor of Awareness, is a Jesuit priest who worked closely with Anthony de Mello.
I can't say enough about Anthony De Mello as an author. This one along side 'Way to Love' are favourites in my library and I read them often.Published 11 months ago by D. Wintour
This book has helped me time and time again when I am at rough points in my life. It helps me look at life through unclouded eyes and see things as they really are and not how I... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Judy Carver
For me, this book truly gets you out of your head and into reality, which is, ultimately, what LIFE is all about! Anthony de Mello really gets it!Published on Feb. 15 2013 by Maureen Hennessey
I've read many books on this type of material and De Mello explains it as well as anyone. You can compare what he says to Zen.Published on Oct. 28 2012 by Carl J Nauman
After having read all of the positive reviews before buying this book, I was looking forward to an advanced book that would give me another step up in my lifelong spritual and... Read morePublished on June 12 2010 by Ronald W. Maron
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Your inner "eyes", that is. He is a blend of St. John of the Cross and Brother Lawrence and is not bound by the constraints of his Catholicism but has distilled its... Read morePublished on July 8 2004 by Wisdom Lover