Towards the Silent Heart

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Joseph’s books

e-book  Beyond the Cross – The Christ Collection

Cross coverA moving collection of short pieces about Jesus.

“The light he reflected is our lighthouse, shining through the gloom of our daily living and lighting our way to  another world, a different way of living.”

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The Silent Guardian

The_Silent_Guardian_Cover_for_KindleA timely reminder of our spiritual journey and true purpose on Earth.

“Explore the planets, the outer reaches of space, the depths of the seas. Burrow into the earth, climb every mountain. When you have seen it all, you will still be left with the mystery of yourself. Turn and face this. Explore this. When you’ve travelled the extent and depth of the human expression, much of what you learn will be beyond the mind’s capacity to convey through verbalisation. When heart speaks to heart, what more is there to say?”

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Beside Still Waters

Beside_Still_Waters_Cover_for_KindleThis beautiful collection of essays touches on the universal search for meaning and inspires readers to reach out for the still waters of the spirit.

“The human heart longs for peace and harmony. It seeks a restful haven from the relentless busyness of everyday life, drawing us to spend tranquil moments in natural surrounds that offer a brief respite from the hustle and bustle. There is a state of inner stillness, when the endless chatter of the mind has ceased, that a deeper understanding arises. These are the ‘still waters’ that bring new life to mankind, that lay claim to the heart and redirect the mind. These are the waters of peace, love and true togetherness that lift us to divine heights of being and living.”

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3 thoughts on “Joseph’s books

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  2. I first bought the book, Beside Still Waters as an e book. I found that the short essays verbalized the feelings that I have never been able to put into words. I have now also purchased a hard copy of the book as this makes it easier to go back and re-read particular essays.

    • Ray, you’re not alone in that response to Joseph’s writing. He had a wonderful way of putting into words what others have been thinking but don’t know how to express verbally. If you have the time, it would be great if you could put a brief review on the Amazon site or on Goodreads. You might also be interested to know several more books of Joseph’s writing are currently in production.

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