New Seeds of Contemplation

By Thomas Merton

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Nina Scaletti New Seeds of Contemplation

Very interesting. The beginning few chapters repeat themselves, but I do like what Merton has to say.

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Stephen Hebert finished reading New Seeds of Contemplation

208

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Stephen Hebert New Seeds of Contemplation

An interesting read. I'm afraid I'm going to have to digest a bit, and then read it again some time.

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Stephen Hebert New Seeds of Contemplation

Pay as little attention as you can to the faults of other people and none at all to their natural defects and eccentricities.

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Stephen Hebert New Seeds of Contemplation

One of the first things to learn if you want to be a contemplative is how to mind your own business. Nothing is more suspicious, in a man who seems holy, than an impatient desire to reform other men.

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Stephen Hebert New Seeds of Contemplation

The readernaut information for this book is incorrect. Readernaut seems to think that there are only 208 pages. My copy has 297.

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Stephen Hebert New Seeds of Contemplation

If you search through my tumblr, you'll find lots of quotes from this book. Now that I'm on readernaut, I hope to put those quotes both here and there.

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