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MY BOOK BEGINNING
The great malady of the twentieth century, implicated in all of our troubles and affecting us individually and socially, is "loss of soul."
-- Care of the Soul:: A Guide for Cultivating Depth and Sacredness in Everyday Life by Thomas Moore.
I've read a couple of his other books, but never this first one in his "Soul" series. This one is certainly making me think.