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Dialogues with Silence: Prayers & Drawings (original: 2004; edição: 2004)

de Thomas Merton

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Thomas Merton loved life with the passion of a romantic poet. At the age of twenty-six he chose to become a Trappist monk and began to pursue his ultimate, lifelong passion. From his austere quarters at Our Lady of Gethsemani Abbey in Trappist, Kentucky, Merton worked to change the world and to come closer to his God. The drawings and prayers in this volume are the intimate, beautifully rendered record of that pursuit -- Merton's dialogue with God. The prayers have been gathered from all of Merton's writings -- his books, journals, letters -- and are collected here, along with his largely unknown drawings, for the first time. In his drawings we see the evolution of Merton's art from purely representational to the more abstract, reflecting his interest in Zen andEastern cultures. It is easy to see that art was in his genes; both of his parents were artists. With each prayer and in every brushstroke, we sensethe depth of Merton's passion as we pause and incline our ear to his voice offering these heartfelt songs to God and to the world. Dialogues with Silenceinvites the reader to enter into that sacred realm of contemplation where we listen in silence and await the divine presence in our lives, where emptiness becomes the juncture for the interchange between the outer and inner worlds, where darkness is transformed into light -- the place where the voice of God is revealed.… (mais)
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Título:Dialogues with Silence: Prayers & Drawings
Autores:Thomas Merton
Informação:HarperOne (2004), Paperback, 208 pages
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I had no idea of Mertons Poetry. to read this is to rest in prayer without accomplishment. Wonderful ( )
  leebill | Apr 30, 2020 |
WHO KNEW MERTON COULD EXPRESS HIMSELF BY DRAWING? A COMBINATION OF MERTON'S ART AND THOUGHT. SOMETHING TO KEEP BY THE BEDSIDE. ( )
  josephquinton | Aug 17, 2009 |
Anyone familiar with Thomas Merton will find this a delightful and inspirational addition to their library. These prayers by Merton reflect his profound understanding of God and the life of prayer within his own life. The pencil sketches are visual prayers in and of themselves. ( )
  roydknight | Jul 22, 2007 |
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Thomas Merton loved life with the passion of a romantic poet. At the age of twenty-six he chose to become a Trappist monk and began to pursue his ultimate, lifelong passion. From his austere quarters at Our Lady of Gethsemani Abbey in Trappist, Kentucky, Merton worked to change the world and to come closer to his God. The drawings and prayers in this volume are the intimate, beautifully rendered record of that pursuit -- Merton's dialogue with God. The prayers have been gathered from all of Merton's writings -- his books, journals, letters -- and are collected here, along with his largely unknown drawings, for the first time. In his drawings we see the evolution of Merton's art from purely representational to the more abstract, reflecting his interest in Zen andEastern cultures. It is easy to see that art was in his genes; both of his parents were artists. With each prayer and in every brushstroke, we sensethe depth of Merton's passion as we pause and incline our ear to his voice offering these heartfelt songs to God and to the world. Dialogues with Silenceinvites the reader to enter into that sacred realm of contemplation where we listen in silence and await the divine presence in our lives, where emptiness becomes the juncture for the interchange between the outer and inner worlds, where darkness is transformed into light -- the place where the voice of God is revealed.

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