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Finding God & Your True Self

by Jamie Overholser

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This book is written in the spirit of Henri Nouwen, who admittedly did not completely grasp or live fully the thoughts and truths contained in his books. In fact, from time to time I will reread what I wrote months ago and struggle with believing it. Not because I think it s wrong, but because I find it incredibly difficult to live. In the words of a friend, these truths need to be re-read, re-learned, turned over, and re-worked in such a way that keeps me sensitive as I walk this spiritual path of finding God and my True Self.

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