Angels Calling: 50 Invitations to Energize Yourself by Anselm Gruen

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Author
Anselm Gruen
Publisher
The Crossroad Publishing Company
Date of release
Pages
288
ISBN
9780824525712
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Paperback
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This inspirational guide explores angel qualities and their meanings, rooting each in Western tradition and revealing how to apply them to modern life. A resource of comfort and strength, this valuable exploration addresses a wide array of concepts—from universal themes of love, community, and harmony to the encouraging qualities of confidence, enthusiasm, and endurance. Explaining the wisdom of old in a contemporary context, this fascinating analysis truly conveys the power of angels and reveals how humans can aspire to angelic behavior.

75% of Americans believe in angels though different people hold very different ideas of what an angel is. Spiritual master and Benedictine monk, Fr. Anselm Gruen, has found a persuasive way to incorporate the ancient wisdom of angels with our modern striving for a happy, fulfilled life. He breaks open the powers that transform and help to meet the challenges of a changing world – the powers of angels: the angel of courage, the angel of patience, the angel of silence, the angel of cheer. This book has been translated into numerous languages and has sold millions of copies across the world


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