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Dying to Live: A Journey Beyond the Mind

by Michael Lindsay

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0974619833, Hardcover)

Dying to Live, A Journey Beyond the Mind is a book of spiritual poetry. Its words come from one man's search for the Truth. Hardcover with 88 pages of beautiful color photography. "A visionary book: transcendental, mystical, cosmic." - Father Michael Burke, O.P. "This book is a call for self insight and soul searching. In another day it would be called 'Inspirational'. The world needs its therapy." - Rev. W. Finlator "Many of these poignant poems give a voice to what's in my heart." - Rabbi John Friedman "These poems offer fresh, promising insights to guide those in search of Ultimate Reality or God." - Rev. Charles Howe

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