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Overview Like hounds in eager pursuit, this book will provide you with the adventure of the chase. The Mystical White Rabbit, whom we usually call God, must be seen to be chased. In Pursuit of the Great White Rabbit, provides you with parables, practical advice and spiritual insights for finding God in commonplace corners of life.
Publishers Description The Mystical White Rabbit, whom we usually call God, must be chased like hounds in eager pursuit. Parables, practical advice, and spiritual insights for finding God in the commonplace corners of life.
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Studio: Forest of Peace Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.48" Width: 5.51" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.43 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2004
Publisher Forest of Peace Publishing
ISBN 0939516136 ISBN13 9780939516131
Availability 0 units.
More About Edward Hays
Fr. Edward M. Hays is the author of more than thirty books on contemporary spirituality. He was the co-founder and moving spirit of Forest of Peace Publishing and founding director of Shantivanam, a Midwest center for contemplative prayer. He has served as a chaplain of the state penitentiary in Lansing, Kansas, parish priest, and spiritual director. Hays has spent extended periods of pilgrimage in the Near East, the Holy Land, and India and remains a prolific writer and painter.
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How to experience God made easy May 31, 2000
Every time I think that Edward Hays can't write another good book, he does! In this busy day and age this book is easy to pick up and read for however brief a time you may have. (Then there's the time needed to let it sink in). Each short chapter is filled to the brim with excellent, thought provoking material. As with his other writings I know that I will return to it and read it several times. How often we pursue something only to give up. Fr. Hays makes it all seem so simple. I attended a workshop where a well known speaker presented two very interesting scenarios from movies with accompanying clips. Both of them were taken from the first two chapters of this book with Fr. Hays' reflections! What better affirmation? If you are hungry for God or want to deepen your understanding of Him, this is a must. But, watch out. It just mught turn you on to this fantastic writer!