The Sacred Art of Lovingkindness: Preparing to Practice
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Open your heart and mind and discoverthrough the sacred art of lovingkindnessthe image and likeness of God in yourself and others.
"The question at the heart of this book is this: Will you engage this moment with kindness or with cruelty, with love or with fear, with generosity or scarcity, with a joyous heart or an embittered one? This is your choice and no one can make it for you…. Heaven and hell are both inside of you. It is your choice that determines just where you reside.
from the Introduction
We are all born in the image of God, but living out the likeness of God is a choice. This inspiring, practical guidebook provides you with the tools you need to realize the divinity within yourself, recognize the divinity within others, and act on the obligation to manifest Gods infinite compassion in your own life.
Guided by Rabbi Rami Shapiro, you will explore Judaisms Thirteen Attributes of Lovingkindness as the framework for cultivating a life of goodness. Shapiro translates these attributes into practicesdrawn from the teachings of a variety of faith traditionsthat allow you to actualize Gods glory through personal deeds of lovingkindness. You will enrich your own capacity for lovingkindness as you:
- Harvest kindness through compassionate honesty
- Make room in your heart for reality
- Recognize the manifestations of God
- Embrace the paradoxical truth of not-knowing
- Be present in the moment
- Do right by others
Rabbi Rami Shapiro, is a renowned teacher of spirituality across faith traditions. He is author of The Sacred Art of Lovingkindness: Preparing to Practice; The Divine Feminine in Biblical Wisdom Literature: Selections Annotated & Explained; and Ecclesiastes: Annotated & Explained, among other books.
- SkyLight Paths Publishing, May 2006
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