Joel Goldsmith's Gift of Love

Joel Goldsmith's Gift of Love

by Joel S. Goldsmith

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Joel Goldsmith's Gift of Love by Joel S. Goldsmith

"We all want to be understood and to be understanding...if only the mask that is hiding you from me and me from you could drop from our faces, we would be like children, back in the Garden of Eden." Here is a very special selection of key meditations by Joel S. Goldsmith on the nature, meaning, and possibilities of love. Joel Goldsmith's The Gift of Love, in a compact and immediate way, brings us the great mystic's essential views on love, Christ, and the eternal challenge to transcend the material world.

In clear and simple language, Mr. Goldsmith speaks of the power and the mystery of love in daily living. He tells us how we can express love: to ourselves, our family, our friends, our neighbors and in our business relationships. He shows us how to forgive ourselves and everyone else with true understanding and without any desire for recognition, acceptance or reward.

This beautiful volume simply yet insightfully presents the power that love holds out to each of us to transform ourselves and our world. The author invites us to see love as a gift that has already been given, a gift that becomes manifest at the very center of life. He shows us how love is the universal medium through which we can come to recognize the pure Christ in every person and every situation.

Addressing crucial words of inspiration and strength to the newly married, Joel Goldsmith's The Gift of Love demonstrates the special quality of wedded love, which can provide the answer to many marital problems. But this book has importance for everyone. Whether given as a gift, kept for personal inspiration in times of stress or for the joy of expanding our understanding of this most important theme, it will enrich the spiritual lives of all who turn its pages.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780060631697
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 09/01/1982
Pages: 96

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