The Way of Wisdom by Margaret Silf

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This fascinating book brings together wisdom from around the world and through the ages. Sources include the Bible, new science and new cosmology, native spirituality, folk stories, natural history, poetry and commentary on life situations by wise people (e.g. Desmond Tutu and Kahlil Gibran).

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Margaret Silf, one of England’s best-loved spiritual writers, is the author of Landmarks, Taste and See, Daysprings, and The Miller’s Tale and Sacred Spaces.From the Hardcover edition.
Published February 17, 2006 by Lion Books. 210 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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She's arranged the quotes under seven categories: Original Wisdom, Natural Wisdom, Indigenous Wisdom, Life Wisdom, Desert Wisdom, Guiding Wisdom, and Unfolding Wisdom.

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