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About Crafting the Soul
• Offers the ingredients and strategies necessary to turn your life into a work of art
• Takes contemporary culture head-on, demonstrating the challenges of living a spiritual, meaningful life in modern times
• An ideal companion for anyone seeking meaning in their lives and eager to set out to find it
Within each human soul, meaning flickers as a spark waiting to be ignited. Just as a sculptor starts with raw clay and crafts it into a singular work of beauty, so we are each responsible for taking the material of our own life and shaping it into something unique, beautiful, and meaningful. This process, which Sherwin calls soulcrafting, can make the difference between an empty life and one that has all the energy, completeness, and profundity of a work of art.
Crafting the Soul examines what many of the greatest thinkers of the past have had to say about the meaning of life, then takes contemporary culture head-on, demonstrating how many facets of modern life prevent one from ever creating a spiritual, meaningful existence. It then presents all the ingredients necessary to turn your life into a work of art and offers strategies for achieving this. Infused with the deep spirituality of the author's thirty years of philosophical exploration, Crafting the Soul is the ideal companion for anyone curious about the meaning of life and eager to set out on an intellectual and spiritual adventure to find it.
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Praise for Crafting the Soul
Kalmen J. Kaplan, Ph.D., Director, Suicide Research Center, Columbia-Michael Reese Hospital
Rabbi Wayne Dosick, Ph.D., author of Golden Rules and Dancing with God
Sandra I. Smith, The Midwest Book Review