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  • The Lost Art of Silence

  • Reconnecting to the Power and Beauty of Quiet
  • By: Sarah Anderson
  • Narrated by: Eve Matheson
  • Length: 9 hrs and 5 mins

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By: Sarah Anderson
Narrated by: Eve Matheson
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Publisher's Summary

Silence is habitually overlooked—after all, throughout our lives, it has to compete with the cacophony of the outside world and our near-constant interior dialogue that judges, analyzes, compares, and questions. But, if we can get past this barrage, there lies a quiet place that’s well worth discovering.

The Lost Art of Silence encourages us to embrace this pursuit and allow the warm light of silence to glow. Invoking the wisdom of many of the greatest writers, thinkers, contemplatives, historians, musicians, and artists, Sarah Anderson reveals the sublime nature of quiet that’s all too often undervalued. Throughout, she shares her own penetrating insights into the potential for silence to transform us. This celebration of silence invites us to widen our perspective and shows its power to inspire the human spirit in spite of the distracting noise of contemporary life.

©2023 Sarah Anderson (P)2023 Shambhala Publications

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