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Everything Belongs

The Gift of Contemplative Prayer
Written by: Richard Rohr
Narrated by: Rick Adamson
Length: 4 hrs and 51 mins
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This popular and best-selling book from a renowned Franciscan challenges people to move beyond the comfort of a settled life toward an understanding of themselves that is rooted in their connection to God. Only when they rest in God can they find the certainty and the freedom to become all that they can be. Contemplation has its place at the heart of Christianity, a place that allows people to experience how “everything belongs”.

©2003 Richard Rohr (P)2020 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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  • Jana Stew
  • 26-02-20

Love!

Such a beautiful book and message. And the narrator did the work justice this time. Well done!

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  • Doug Maddox
  • 10-05-20

Now THIS is Good News

Dying to self, while perfectly natural and necessary, is a Truth that I fought and ignored the first 55 years of my life. Rohr helps me see how Christ engineered this regardless of my ignorance and hiding. Thank you, Richard.

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  • Gareth Heron
  • 25-05-20

Contimplation

Coming from a more progressive inclusive faith I can say Richard Rohr does it again. I enjoyed his challenges and the importance of church structure near the end of the book. something for me to consider more about. will listen for a second time.