by Wayne Teasdale
As a monk who has left the monastery in order to engage the challenges of life in a major American city, Teasdale offers down-to-earth examples and insightful commentaries on everyday experience. Explaining what it means to live this way, Teasdale quotes Benedictine monk David Steindl-Rast: “If the first thing you think of in the morning when you wake up is God, then you are a monk.” Teasdale explores real-world topics like friendship, time, work, and money, but also contemplates how one can confront suffering and seek social justice.
Paperback, 224 pages.
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