Agents of Peace by Joseph Naft

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Agents of Peace presents a journey of spiritual discovery, fusing ancient practices and modern problems. Corrado Borsini, a successful businessman, recently divorced by his wife and shaken by the death of his father, launches into a search for meaning. He finds it in the person of Elizabeth Rikovic and the international Peace Group, which applies spiritual practices and principles in responding to crime, war, and environmental devastation around the world. Corrado, ever the skeptic, enters a Peace Group training center near Konya, Turkey to learn sacred disciplines (Buddhist, Sufi and Christian) which bring him into the depths of his soul. In the company of close friends and a troubled new relationship, Corrado undergoes a sometimes wrenching inner transformation that opens him to a new life. He experiences the drama and excitement of the path to the sacred and its interplay with everyday life. The minds and hearts of his Peace Group teachers and colleagues unveil the subtleties of spiritual practice and the impact of personal crises.

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Published April 17, 2000 by iUniverse. 304 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality, Romance. Fiction

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