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Hidden Beauty of the Commonplace free pdf At a time of austerity and profound concern for human rights, here is a thoughtful book honouring the quiet radiance of love, sanctity of existence and silent background of being. Abiding peace awaits discovery in the midst of our difficulties- it is this simple but potent realisation that entirely changes our world-view and offers genuine hope for the future of humanity. This work is based upon the life of Clare Cameron, a gifted English mystic and nature poet at the peak of her creative powers during the exuberant decade of the 1960s. Displaying wisdom and compassion, Clare continually challenged her readers with a fundamental question that is as vital and relevant now as it was in her own day - 'What is the true meaning of freedom?'

About Philip Pegler

Philip Pegler has been on the spiritual path since the age of 17 when he first encountered the teachings of the great Hindu sage Ramana Maharshi. Those youthful travels far from home left an indelible impression upon him - and have inspired and informed a life devoted to profound spiritual inquiry ever since. He lives with his wife on the South Downs in West Sussex where he writes articles on spirituality and sells books on the internet.

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Author : Philip Pegler
Publisher : Changemakers Books
Data Published : 29 March 2013
ISBN : 1780993374
EAN : 9781780993379
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 324 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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