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What is not spirituality?,
This review is from: Suicide Dictionary: The History of Rainbow Abbey (Paperback)
One might ask why this book is entitled 'The Suicide Dictionary', maybe in asking that very question we stretch our thinking - with each of us arriving at our own conclusion. Do we whilst reading this book 'put to death willingly' our old concepts and values?
Be prepared to step over the edge of your own limitations and trust the unfolding journey, for you will surely be taking one when you immerse yourself in the pages of this book.
The author poses the question 'What ISN'T spirituality?' and somewhere in the pages we hear the echo of an answer reverberating back. This would appear to be implying that what is written is pointing to that which is far more important than personality, logic and sense. In its cultural and religious amalgam you will find it mind stretching, heart plumping, soul nourishing and boundary breaking.
Be kissed by its mystery for reading it is the journey's start, transformation is the road and freedom of the self is the goal.
The 'I' becomes the 'We'. It is an all faith merging of what true spirituality is really about.