Item description for The Book of Contemplation: 77 Words for Thought and Meditation by H. Wyatt Rollins...
Overview The 77 words featured here are universal and eternal, carrying immense power, beauty, and meaning, but they do not tell readers what to think or believe or how to apply the knowledge readers may gain through it. The book simply and gently offers an invitation to take a radically new and different look at these 77 key words-to ponder them, to meditate upon them, and to reevaluate and reembrace them.
Publishers Description The Book of Contemplation is a book of seventy-seven words. One word per page, nothing more, nothing less. All of these words are universal and eternal, and carry immense power, beauty, and meaning. They are the key to our lives and our humanity. The Book of Contemplation does not tell you what to think or believe, or how to apply the knowledge you may gain through it. It simply, and gently, invites you to take a radically new and different look at these seventy-seven words - to ponder them, to meditate upon them, to reevaluate and reembrace them, and thereby to rediscover yourself. Quite unlike any other book, The Book of Contemplation is designed to inspire, provoke, and enlighten, and will challenge and change the way we view ourselves and our world.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.5" Width: 4.51" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 2005
ISBN 0974240540 ISBN13 9780974240541
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More About H. Wyatt Rollins
H. Wyatt Rollins spent much of his youth as a competitive golfer and played for one of the nation's top collegiate golf teams. He studied for several years the world's great spiritual and philosophical writings. He lives near Dalton, Georgia.