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No man is an island.

A collection of sixteen essays by the Trappist author centers on relationship with God, with each other, and with self.

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  • ""A recapitulation of his earlier work Seeds of Contemplation, this collection of sixteen essays plumbs aspects of human spirituality. Merton addresses those in search of enduring values, fulfillment, and salvation in prose that is, as always, inspiring and compassionate"--Publisher's description."
  • "A collection of sixteen essays by the Trappist author centers on relationship with God, with each other, and with self."@en
  • "A recapitulation of his earlier work Seeds of Contemplation, this collection of sixteen essays plumbs aspects of human spirituality. Merton addresses those in search of enduring values, fulfillment, and salvation in prose that is, as always, inspiring and compassionate. "A stimulating series of spiritual reflections which will prove helpful for all struggling to ... live the richest, fullest and noblest life" (Chicago Tribune)."@en
  • "No Man Is an Island encapsulates Merton's most profound teachings on love, hope, and the search for fulfillment and meaning. Merton writes with penetrating insight on topics such as friendship, personal vocation, temptation, humility, spiritual loneliness, courage, and life among others."
  • "No Man Is an Island encapsulates Merton's most profound teachings on love, hope, and the search for fulfillment and meaning. Merton writes with penetrating insight on topics such as frienship, personal vocation, temptation, humility, spiritual loneliness, courage, and life among others."
  • "The Trappist monk reflects upon important aspects of spiritual life."
  • "Here, in one of his most popular books, Thomas Merton provides meditations on the spiritual life in sixteen thoughtful essays. This sequel to Seeds of Contemplation provides fresh insight into Merton's favorite topics of silence and solitude, while also underscoring the importance of community and the deep connectedness to others that is the inevitable basis of the spiritual life--whether one lives in solitude or in the midst of a crowd.--From publisher description."

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  • "No Man is an Island. [Reflections on the spiritual life.]."
  • "No Man is an Island. [Reflections on the spiritual life.]."@en

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