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In celebration of the tenth anniversary of its publication, a reissue of the bestselling classic that is a "touching and important book with much to teach us about the redemptive aspects of suffering" (Robert Coles, author of The Spiritual Life of Children). For almost three decades, Wayne Muller has worked with children and adults to heal their sorrow, helping them discover how their pain can become a powerful source of strength and peace. In... more...

From the moment we are born, we are seekers. Our culture obsessively promotes the pursuit of money, success and self-improvement. At the end of each activity-jammed day, though, we collapse into bed discouraged by everything we have not checked off on our to-do lists, in despair that whatever we have accomplished is never enough. Worse still, when our dreams become derailed by the inherent tragedies of life—job loss, financial peril, sickness, or the... more...

Thomas Merton, toward the end of his life, warned of a ¿pervasive form of contemporary violence¿ that is unique to our times: overwork and overactivity. In his work as a minister and caregiver, Wayne Muller has observed the effects of this violence on our communities, our families, and our people. On Sabbath, he responds to this escalating ¿war on our spirits,¿ and guides us to a sanctuary open to everyone. Muller immerses us in the sacred... more...