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HERE. The Soul of Christmas
by Thomas Moore
"With the eye of a mystic and the heart of storyteller, Thomas Moore explores the ancient myths, archetypal symbols, and profound images of this holy season." —Richard Rohr
This may be the most profound reflection on the meaning of Christmas in a generation.
Moore invites us into a new encounter with the season, provoking questions and hopes for all the possibilities it might yet hold.
"Thomas Moore has taught us how to discover the holiness concealed in the ordinary." —Rabbi Harold S. Kushner, author of the bestseller "When Bad Things Happen to Good People"
"Skip the language of God if it makes you uncomfortable, but don’t give up on Christmas. It will make you a better person and will complete your humanism."
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