Soul Mates

Soul Mates

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In Care of the Soul, Thomas Moore explored the importance of nurturing the soul and struck a chord nationwide-the book became a long-term bestseller, topping charts across the country.

Building on that book's wisdom, Soul Mates explores how relationships of all kinds enhance our lives and fulfill the needs of our souls. Moore emphasizes the difficulties that inevitably accompany many relationships and focuses on the need to work through these differences in order to experience the deep reward that comes with intimacy and unconfined love.

"I devoured Soul Mates like some comfort food for the spirit. . . . Moore moves love off the fast track and into the realm of mystery and imagination where it belongs."-New Woman

"An eloquent, passionate, often mystical exploration of how we mere mortals might better understand ourselves and others in a society in which so much emphasis is placed on interpersonal dynamics and so little on introspection, care, grace, gratitude, and honor."-Detroit News
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Product details

  • Paperback | 267 pages
  • 134 x 214 x 18mm | 234g
  • HarperCollins,Australia
  • New South Wales, Australia
  • English
  • Reprint
  • 0060925752
  • 9780060925758
  • 114,315

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"In richly textured and shaded prose, he evokes mythology, poetry and sacred and philosophical traditions to speak not to our agendas but to our souls."-- "San Francisco Chronicle"I devoured "Soul Mates like some comfort food for the spirit . . . Mooremoves love off the fast track and into the realm of mystery and imagination where it belongs." -- "New Woman""An eloquent, passionate, often mystical exploration of how we meremortals might better understand ourselves and others in a late-20thcentury society in which so much emphasis is placed on interpersonal dynamics and so little on introspection, care, grace, gratitude and honor." -- "Detroit News""[Moore] delights in plainness, things imperfect, ragged edges, loose ends, failures, flops, incompletions, annoyances, dissatisfactions. The comfort he offers is that in such shortfalls from ultimacy and salvation, we may find our richest reality. The soul's fertility is slow and organic."-- "New Orleans Times Picayune"
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3,908 ratings
3.99 out of 5 stars
5 37% (1,444)
4 33% (1,296)
3 23% (910)
2 5% (202)
1 1% (56)
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