Living the Sacred Story by Bonnie Glassford

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"""Often through ordinary things and ordinary events we glimpse the divine."" Living the Sacred Story tells of a seemingly ordinary journey that yielded extraordinary spiritual growth and understanding. From her arrival in Istanbul to her extended sojourn in the Old City of Jerusalem, Bonnie Glassford recounts scenes from an ancient landscape in which people of today live and work. From the perspective of the Ecce Homo Convent in Jerusalem, she encounters Christians, Jews and Muslims living their lives against the rich backdrop of the Holy Land.

Living the Sacred Story follows the footsteps of Biblical figures. It combines travel, spirituality, humor, pathos, new insights, personal growth and Biblical reflection. Within an exotic landscape that is the cradle of western civilization, through encounter with the lands described in classical literature and the Bible, and through meeting the people who now live in those lands, the reader becomes aware of a rich inner landscape that we carry around with us. Ultimately the story arrives at the awareness that in the most ordinary events, and the lives of the most ordinary folk, we see the divine.

This book speaks to the deep yearning and spiritual hunger of our time."

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Published September 7, 2003 by iUniverse. 281 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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