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Mother Mary comfort me....
on August 26, 2002
This book is greater than the plot or characters it protrays. It speaks insightfully about the nature of modern spirituality, and its importance to the intellectual mind. It is beautifully written in clear and poetic style. My favourite exerpt is found at the conclusion of the chapter entitled 'Grace' in which D.S. points out the differences between traditional world dicotomy (love/hate, truth/lies, boy/girl) and the insight found at looking at the world in terms of paradox, prayer and chaos. I loved this book for its ability to say words that I have long thought, only did not voice in such a beautiful fahion. I highly recomend this book to anyone who questions the nature of modern religion and spirituality.