Thoreau as Spiritual Guide: A Companion to Walden for Personal Reflection and Group Discussion

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Skinner House Books, 2000 - 69 pages
Walden, one of America's classic works on non-fiction, gets a fresh examination from a faith-based, and meditative perspective. Thoreau and the Trancendentalists tried to achieve a balance in their lives between work and leisure, nature and civilization, society and solitude, spiritual aspirations and moral behavior. This guide helps one "walk" through Walden again and find its soul while expanding your own.

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