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A book to help people understand what they are doing with their lives. Addressing its readers directly and as individuals, this book allows them to move through it in their own way. It takes them on a wide-ranging expedition into their lives, so that they may be better guided by their own uniqueness. It seeks to enkindle within people the desire to reclaim their bodies, recover their souls, and re-enter the world.
“A book that should make a name for Gene Ruyle as a contemporary philosopher who has something important to say.”
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Not just something to read, this book is one to use -- to dip into, think about, lay aside awhile as you go live a little more, and then come back to pick up again. With them each step of the way, the book takes its readers on a fascinating journey into the stuff of their lives . . . into its special moments and day-to-day routines; into its turning points, its endings and beginnings, with those gaps and pauses in between; into its peaks, pits, and plateaus -- keeping an eye out all the while for signs of the "more," that living part of what we are outside our picture of ourselves. The aim is to find the very stuff of life, and to become better acquainted with and guided by our own uniqueness.About the Author:
Gene Ruyle is an author, actor, playwright/composer, psychologist, priest, and philosopher. Born in Nebraska, he entered the Marine Corps before going to college and seminary. Besides writing and his work in theatre, he is a frequent public speaker and conducts workshops across the country based on his book. He lives in Atlanta, Georgia, but is a citizen of the world.
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Book Description Backinprint.com, 2005. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0595810748