We knew that we were in trouble when we began reading biographical material about bestselling author Kathleen Dowling Singh. We knew that we would want to devour every single word. We knew that we wouldn't want miss a single nuance.
It's difficult to have such a thirst for knowledge, wisdom and unadulterated insight, yet, consistently overwhelmed to the point of physical exhaustion when we happen upon this much material. We are also frustrated as this book has yet to publish. Hence, we are not free to quote any of this material. Yet, we will prevail.
Thus far, the only other author that we have experienced who is able to write in such a substantive manner without being verbose.
The Grace in Living (Grace) works from the beginning with our initial belief system as it relates to the topic, moves on to specific examples of those who have moved past this initial set, gradates with said examples and ends with an exercise, which can be your new beginning.
However, Grace is not that simplistic. It's also not that difficult. The significant point of consideration is only, Are you ready?
About the Author:
Kathleen Dowling Singh, PhD, is a former hospice worker, a transpersonal psychologist, and the author of The Grace in Dying: How We Are Transformed Spiritually As We Die. She lectures frequently on the spiritual dimensions of dying and is a frequent contributor to beliefnet.com.
Author: Kathleen Dowling Singh
Print Length: 304 pages
Publisher: Wisdom Publications (November 1, 2016)
Publication Date: November 1, 2016
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