Rowan Williams goes back to the 4th century desert fathers and mothers for inspiration and insight, discovering that their spirituality resonates strongly with aspects of the modern spiritual search. He uses examination of their stories and sayings as a starting point for his own reflections on topics such as: living in relationship with others; discovering the truth about ourselves; reassessing our priorities; silence and the importance of language; living in a fearless community; living within our limitations; life and death; staying and leaving.
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About the Author
Rowan Williams was enthroned as the ?rd Archbishop of Canterbury in 2003. He had previously been Archbishop of Wales. Before becoming a bishop he was Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity at Oxford. He is the author of a number of highly acclaimed books.