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All is One Love

Author: Stephen Sayers
Pub Date: 14/03/2022
Publisher: Quacks Books
Stephen Sayers is a social psychologist and a Quaker. Throughout his career, he taught and researched in English universities and at the Psychiatric Teaching Division in York Hospital.
ISBN: 9781912728480
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£9.95



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Stephen Sayers is a social psychologist and a Quaker. Throughout his career, he taught and researched in English universities and at the Psychiatric Teaching Division in York Hospital. He was Head of the School of Social Sciences and Associate Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Society at Leeds Beckett University. Stephen has served as an Ambassador of The Peace Museum in Bradford, and as a Governor of Friends’ School, Great Ayton in North Yorkshire, The Mount and Bootham Schools and The Retreat in York. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. Stephen lives in York and has a great love of the arts, dogs, wine and irises. "At a time of great transition in the lives of many people, it is good to read a work that offers a renewed perspective of the relationship between psychology and spirituality. I found Sayers' reflections on time and eternity, the relationship between time, past, present, and future, and the value of life in the face of death both stimulating and challenging. Read slowly, think deeply and enjoy!" Harvey Gillman "This is a beautifully written book, quite evidently written by a committed Quaker. First and foremost, it is a book of meditations, in the confessional vein of Augustine, informed by the Analytical Psychology of Carl Jung, shaped and enchanted by mythological musings. It is my sincere hope that All is One Love becomes a spiritual classic - to be read and studied by Psychologists, Philosophers, Theologians and by anyone who wonders why we wonder why." Dr Elliot Cohen "I am not a book collector, but this is one I will read again. Give it a try. You might find it full of inspiring signposts for your own life journey." Daniel Flynn
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