This book is about doing what your heart prompts you to do. Based on the SEE-FEEL-ACT principle, the book encourages the reader to listen to the reasons the heart has for prompting a certain action. Blaise Pascal says: “The heart has its reasons which reason does not know.” The heart for its part is guided by faith, love, emotion and so much else, not all of which may appear logical always. The author puts forth in this volume vignettes from the lives of real people, people in flesh and blood, who went about doing good, guided not so much by human reason and logic as by the heart’s way of looking at things. These little anecdotes can be of great inspiration for readers from all walks of life, young and old alike.
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Passage through Mid-Life
this book demonstrates how one must pass through the stages of denial, anger, grieving, anxiety, and acceptance to arrive at spiritual maturity. it illustrates how Jesus experienced each of these phases and how they are articulated in scripture, and explored by the ancient Christian writers and the mystics.
Hearts Aflame With Hope (vol. 1)
the truth of these words is reflected in the lives of the persons considered in these pages as signs of encouragement to us all to hope. they focus on the spiritual journey of two extraordinary men towards greater union with Christ through the eucharist and the church of which they offered an extended catechesis and celebration.
Consoling thoughts on trials of an interior life
In consoling thoughts on trials of an interior life, St. Francis de Sales, beloved Doctor of the Church, gives us treasured insight from the master of spiritual direction.