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Improvisation & spiritual disciplines : continuing the divine-human duet

by Carol Conti-Entin

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Perhaps there is nothing new under the sun, even in writing about spiritual practices. Conti-Entin, a musician, at the least brought forward a new metaphor for the Divine: duet-companion. This is a very readable pamphlet, in spite of its age (written in 1989). ( )
  kaulsu | Jan 30, 2017 |
This is a helpful clear discussion of five spiritual disciplines, and how they can aid in spiritual growth, as used in reliance upon the spirit's direction. She describes faithful living: set aside time to get to know God (Sabbath keeping), and in this we will learn about others' journeys (Bible reading) and ponder our own journey (journal keeping). Warm-up exercises (like tithing) gradually enable us to place our complete trust in God. The entire process of spiritual development finds its expression in prayer. ( )
  QuakerReviews | Mar 21, 2015 |
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