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The Road Less Traveled and Beyond: Spiritual Growth in an Age of Anxietyby M Scott Peck
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The culmination of a lifetime of Dr. M. Scott Peck’s counseling, lecturing, and writing, and the conclusion of the classic bestselling Road trilogy, The Road Less Traveled and Beyond leads us to a deeper awareness of how to live rich, fulfilling lives in a world fraught with stress and anxiety.
With the rare combination of profound psychological insight and deep spirituality that has already spoken to millions of readers, Dr. Peck talks about decision making and the choices we make every day in business and at home, and the ethical choices that may affect the very survival of humankind. We learn the difference between good and evil, to overcome narcissism, to love and be loved, to live with paradox, to accept the consequences of our actions all through life, and to come to terms with dying and death.
Dr. Peck is a guide on the adventure that is life, learning, and spiritual growth—life’s greatest adventure. Building in depth from the very first chapter to its lyrical and poetic conclusion, The Road Less Traveled and Beyond is an adventure in itself.
In the final book of the trilogy that began with the megabestsellers "The Road Less Traveled" and "Further Along the Road Less Traveled", America's most trusted guide to personal growth shares the wisdom he has gained over life's spiritual journey. Rejecting simple solutions, Dr. Peck demonstrates that only by taking full responsibility for our actions can we reach new depths of consciousness and, ultimately, achieve true spiritual simplicity.
About the Author
M. Scott Peck, M.D., is a psychiatrist and bestselling author of many books. Educated at Harvard (B.A.) and Case Western Reserve (M.D.), Dr. Peck served in administrative posts in the government and was a psychiatrist in private practice. Recently, he has devoted much of his time and financial resources to the work of the Foundation for Community Encouragement, a nonprofit organization that he and his wife, Lily, helped found in 1984. He lives in northern Connecticut.
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