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Die hohe Kunst des Älterwerdens

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Dem Leben neue Tiefe verleihen

Wer wird schon gerne älter? Wohl keiner, und deshalb wird das Nachdenken über das Alter oft verdrängt. Anselm Grün, mit Mitte 60 selbst zwar jung geblieben, aber eben doch nicht mehr ganz jung, ermutigt seine Leser, sich bewusst damit auseinanderzusetzen. Einfühlsam schildert der Benediktinerpater in diesem Buch die Herausforderungen des Älter
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Paperback, 144 pages
Published 2010 by DTV (first published 2007)
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Excelente introducción al proceso inevitable del envejecimiento. Ayuda a verlo con serenidad y aceptación. Cambia la visión de la muerte como un punto final.
Vale la pena!
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Anselm Grün terminated his school years in 1964 with the A-level equivalent Abitur at the grammar school in Würzburg, Germany. In the same year he began as a novice at the nearby Benedictine Münsterschwarzach Abbey. From 1965 to 1971 he studied philosophy and theology at St. Ottilien Archabbey and in Rome. In 1974 he completed his PhD in theology on Karl Rahner. From 1974 to 1976 Anselm Grün studi ...more
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