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The Spirituality of Imperfection: Storytelling and the Search for Meaningby Katherine Ketcham
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I am not perfect is a simple statement of profound truth, the first step toward understanding the human condition, for to deny your essential imperfection is to deny yourself and your own humanity. The spirituality of imperfection, steeped in the rich traditions of the Hebrew prophets and Greek thinkers, Buddhist sages and Christian disciples, is a message as timeless as it is timely. This insightful work draws on the wisdom stories of the ages to provide an extraordinary wellspring of hope and inspiration to anyone thirsting for spiritual growth and guidance in these troubled times.
Who are we? Why so we so often fall short of our goals for ourselves and others? By seeking to understand our limitations and accept the inevitably of failure and pain, we being to ease the hurt and move toward a greater sense of serenity and self-awareness. The Spirituality Of Imperfection brings together stories from many spiritual and philosophical paths, weaving past traditions into a spirituality and a new way of thinking and living that works today. It speaks so anyone who yearns to find meaning within suffering. Beyond theory and technique, inside this remarkable book you will find a new way of thinking, a way of living that enables a truly human existence.
Drawing from Christianity, Buddhism, Judaism, and Greek philosophy, Katherine Ketcham and Ernest Kurtz outline a spirituality and way of living in turbulent times.
About the Author
Katherine Ketcham is coauthor of twelve books, including the bestseller Under the Influence: A Guide to the Myths and Realities of Alcoholism, with James Milam, and Beyond the Influence: Understanding and Defeating Alcoholism, with William F. Ashbury.Ernest Kurtz is the author of Not-God, one of the definitive histories of Alcoholics Anonymous, as well as other books on spirituality and alcohol dependency and recovery.David Drummond has been narrating audiobooks for a few years now and hopes one of these days to get it right. He much prefers dead authors and live audiences.
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