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The call to unite : voices of hope and awakening / edited by Tim Shriver and Tom Rosshirt ; [epilogue by Maria Shriver]
BOOK | Viking, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC | [2021]
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xxviii, 254 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
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"The Open Field, Penguin Life."
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"From some of our most prominent spiritual and religious leaders, inspirational thinkers, artists, musicians, and writers, a book of wisdom and solace to help us light our way out of dark times We live in troubled times. In 2020, our world was faced with its most serious challenge in a century--Covid-19--and chaos erupted. But despite this historic crisis, human beings responded with love. Across the globe, people sought to connect, whether in person from a socially distant six feet or via a screen from 100,000 miles away. Into this moment, Tim Shriver saw an opportunity for those hungry for community to come together, to answer a call to unite. A call to heal, to hope, to rebuild. So he asked spiritual and religious leaders, artists, entertainers and others, to share messages of inspiration, transformation, and hope. Featuring interviews and texts from Oprah, DeVon Franklin, Eckhart Tolle, Shaka Senghor, Marianne Williamson, Simon Sinek, and David Whyte, among many others, The Call to Unite will offer readers a tangible book of wisdom to turn to in times of darkness. Here, readers will find calls to action, prayers, poems, spiritual teachings, and lessons to live by that will withstand the test of time. Those seeking expressions of affirmation, solace, and inspiration need only look to the pages within for guidance in finding the light amidst any crisis. We must embrace each other to amplify the strength, power, and grit intrinsic to the global community that unites us all. Only together can we be our best"-- Provided by publisher.
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Rosshirt, Tom.
Shriver, Timothy.
Shriver, Maria.
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9780593298237 (hardcover)
0593298233 (hardcover)
9780593298251 (trade pbk.)
059329825X (trade pbk.)
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