Sister Wendy Beckett, adored and renowned art historian, has spent years in silence and contemplation in her calling as a nun. Her celebrated television specials and books about art have led her many admirers to ask about her own faith and practices. For the inrst time, in this thoughtful examination of the nature of prayer, she reveals her deeply held beliefs about her religion and her intimate understanding of God. What should I do during prayer? Can prayer really be as simple as a conversation? How do I let God enter my being? Do I need to belong to a religion in order to pray? Sister Wendy answers these and many other common questions, all the while imparting the importance of prayer in our daily lives.... necessary for work or health and who occasionally helps Sister Wendy with awkward manual tasks, such as shaving her head with a razor (hair growing ... might be hot vegetables and a fish finger, heated in an antiquated Baby Belling oven.
|Title||:||Sister Wendy on Prayer|
|Publisher||:||Harmony - 2010-05-12|