Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Care of the Soul Resources

“We are all made up of many worlds and each friendship brings one or more of those worlds to life. One shares with a friend a unique way of looking at life and experiencing it, and so our friendships perform a kind of astrology of the soul, opening planetary worlds for us, to give our lives culture and meaning. To lose a friend is to suffer the loss of worlds.”
– Thomas Moore

CARE OF THE SOUL
James Neafsey reviews Care of the Soul for Commonweal on 14 August 1992. [Beware the typos in this version of the review].
Tammie Byram Fowles talks about Care of the Soul by Thomas Moore and A Thousand Waves: A Sensible Life Style for Sensitive People by David K. Reynolds.
Marc Ricciardi reviews the book for the Journal of Pastoral Counseling. Another critique based on the Bible is by Tom Snyder of the Christian Research Institute.
Tom Butler-Bowdon offers a brief overview for his 50 self-help classics list.
In 1997, Deb Bodeau and Doug Muder wrote a short study outline for Care of the Soul. Four years later, St. John's Episcopal Church in Montgomery, Alabama created the 30-page
Rector’s Book Study based on Care of the Soul.
Sister Catherine Michaud wrote "The Art of Making Life Beautiful" referencing Moore’s Care of the Soul. This paper was presented in 1996 at Theological Insights. It is available as a Word doc on her web page.

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