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Thoughts in Solitude

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by Thomas Merton
 

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Thoughtful and eloquent, as timely (or timeless) now as when it was originally published in 1956, Thoughts in Solitude addresses the pleasure of a solitary life, as well as the necessity for quiet reflection in an age when so little is private. Thomas Merton writes: "When society is made up of men who know no interior solitude it can no longer be held together

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Thoughts in Solitude 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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I heard from a friend about Thomas Merton. My friend was Catholic and I was not entirely certain that I would like this book, but I was surprised. Merton's thoughts and meditations are not only applicable to Christians of all denominations, but to those of any faith as well as those seeking faith. We spend so much time focusing on church and our friends that it is surprising how well Merton shifts the focus back inside, helping the reader take a deep look at themselves. I would definitely suggest this book to anyone, spiritual or not.
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