100 Simple Prayers by John Frederick Zurn

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The
book One Hundred Simple Prayers represents my beliefs and experiences that have
evolved over many years. Addressed to God, these prayers are meant to be a
source of inspiration and hope, for those of us who seek to live a spiritual
life in a chaotic world. Each prayer has been written in simple, straight
forward rhyme; but they are also subtle in meaning. They attempt to provide a
fresh interpretation to ideas such as: despair, meditation, laughter and love.

Originally
self-published, One Hundred Simple Prayers has sold over one hundred copies. It
has been read by a wide variety of teenagers and adults, especially those
seeking hope in times of doubt and loneliness. Two poems called
"Children" and "Daily Prayer" have been published
world-wide by the Salesian Missions.

I
hope you enjoy my book, and find it a source of hope.

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About John Frederick Zurn

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As a poet and spiritual seeker, I have spent my adult life in search of God. This journey has required me to overcome both delusion and despair, as I painfully learned the lessons of humility and faith. After years of meditation and service I finally did experience God as love in the form of light energy. I have used this precious experience to write poetry and serve others. Over the years, countless loving people have helped me along the way. Without them my life would have known only misery and despair. My gratitude to them is beyond what I can express in words. I have a Master's degree in English from Western Illinois University, and I teach English at a Catholic Middle School in Illinois. Both have been a source of love, inspiration and faith for me.
 
Published December 29, 2003 by AuthorHouse. 108 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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