The Re-enchantment Of Everyday Life by Thomas Moore

The Re-enchantment Of Everyday Life

byThomas Moore

Paperback | February 27, 1997

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Starting from the premise that we can no longer afford to live in a disenchanted world, Moore shows that a profound, enchanted engagement with life is not a childish thing to be put away with adulthood, but a necessity for one's personal and collective survival.

With his lens focused on specific aspects of daily life such as clothing, food, furniture, architecture, ecology, language, and politics, Moore describes the renaissance these can undergo when there is a genuine engagement with beauty, craft, nature, and art in both private and public life.

Millions of readers who found comfort and substance in Moore's previous bestsellers will discover in this book ways to restore the heart and soul of work, home, and creative endeavors through a radical, fresh return to ancient ways of living the soulful life.

About The Author

Thomas Moore is a writer and lecturer and lives in New England with his wife and two children. He was a monk in a Catholic religious order for twelve years and has degrees in theology, musicology and philosophy. A former professor of religion and psychology, he is the author of Care of the Soul, Soul Mates, The Re-Enchantment of Everyd...

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Title:The Re-enchantment Of Everyday LifeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:416 pages, 8.5 × 5.25 × 0.95 inPublished:February 27, 1997Publisher:HarperCollins

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ISBN - 10:0060928247

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The author of the popular CARE OF THE SOUL shows that a profound, enchanted interaction with life is not a childish thing to be put away with adulthood, but a necessity for one's personal and collective survival. Moore describes how the ordinary becomes extraordinary when there is genuine engagement with beauty, quality, art, and nature.

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"Moore turns from internal spirituality and developing relationships to the natural wonder of everyday life--in trees, food, home, garden, art, furniture, stories, sex, business, politics, and ritual. To live without feeling magic or enchantment in external things, he believes, is to tumble Iinto a long-term 'loss of soul' in modern life.""-- San Francisco Chronicle""[A] profound yet practical sequel to Moore's massive bestsellet "Care of the Soul" . . . [T]his important book will dare many to believe that life is full of enchantment.""-- Publishers Weekly "(starred reviews)[A] worthy sequel to "Care of the Soul" and "Soul Mates."""-- New Age Journal"