Results for "author_first: Phil, author_last: Cousineau"
Burning the Midnight Oil Phil Cousineau on being haunted by night.
Burning the Midnight Oil An engaging, entertaining, and edifying anthology of poems, prayers, and philosophical ditties for nighthawks.
The Painted Word Phil Cousineau on why fascination is a word which shifted from fear to attraction.
The Painted Word A collection of strange and marvelous words and their meanings.
And Live Rejoicing A sprightly sequel to Huston Smith's spiritual memoir Tales of Wonder.
And Live Rejoicing Huston Smith on why the truly spiritual person is wonder-struck.
The Art of Pilgrimage A superb guidebook about the various stages of a sacred journey.
Beyond Forgiveness Michael N. Nagler's essay on pride standing in the way of atonement.
The Meaning of Tea The spiritual meanings to be discovered by drinking tea, according to Sen no Rikyu, as told by Scott Chamberlain Hoyt (in book edited by Phil Cousineau)
Antidote to Revenge Eye-witness account of the impulse for revenge after 9/11 and a practice of monitoring one's own urges for revenge.