How Do We Know When It's God? - Dan Wakefield

How Do We Know When It's God?

By Dan Wakefield

  • Release Date - Published: 2013-03-02
  • Book Genre: Biographies & Memoirs
  • Author: Dan Wakefield
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A memoir of a ten-year period that began when a profound religious reawakening interrupted decades of atheism and hard-living. The unexpected challenge of maintaining his faith over the long haul brings Dan Wakefield to the realization that spirituality is not static and that each day holds the promise of renewal.

As a journalist, best-selling novelist and Hollywood screenwriter, Wakefield has experienced the gritty, competitive, secular world but is looking for something more. He recounts some of his experiences on retreats, as a member of a Unitarian congregation and later an Episcopal congregation, in est training, in ashrams, in meditation groups, practicing yoga and Tai Chi, in encounters with spiritual leaders such as Ram Dass, Rabbi Harold Kushner, Re. Carl Scovel, Henri Nouwen and Reynolds Price. Meanwhile he is leading workshops in writing spiritual autobiography, traveling and moving to different cities, having a series of relationships, aging, having health problems, as well as the other complications of career and life in general in modern America. The result is a compelling story of personal discovery and a growing sense of "discernment" in his spiritual quest.

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