Book review: Toi qui as soif de bonheur

Toi qui as soif de bonheur:

Méditations d’un moine
sur le désir d’être heureux
You who thirst for happiness

 

Toi qui as soif de bonheur

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Toi qui as soif de bonheur
By
Jean-Pierre Longeat

Pub. Date:
February 6, 2014
By
Médiaspaul, France
ISBN:
978-2712212971
Pages: 
112
Genre:
Nonfiction / Religion / Monastic Spirituality
Source:
received for review


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In the light of the question quoted by saint Benedict in the Prologue to his Rule [“Is there anyone here who yearns for life and desires to see good days?” Ps 33:13 – Pro.15], Dom Longeat, former abbot of Ligugé (French Benedictine abbey), ponders on our inherent thirst for happiness.
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