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Grace. Pilgrimage for a Future Without War

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Shaken by the threat of a possible war against Iran, with the question what one single person can do to stop future wars, Sabine Lichtenfels decides to undertake a pilgrimage in June 2005. She gives away everything she owns, covers long stretches on foot and is without any money. Her driving force is the decision to uncover and change those internal structures which extern ...more
Paperback, 264 pages
Published April 2nd 2007 by Bod
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Monika Berghoff
Apr 13, 2016 Monika Berghoff rated it it was amazing
In her book "Grace" Sabine Lichtenfels describes in moving words her journey from Germany to the Middle East as her existential answer to prevent war. She writes about her struggles, her doubts and her faith and the discovery of "Grace" a deep power inside her heart. In Israel-Palestine she leads a pilgrimage through the North of Israel and into the Westbank. With the power of "Grace" miracles happen, hearts open, understanding happens.
This book is a rich source of human knowledge and female wi
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