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One Family: Indivisible

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Throughout history, we have divided ourselves into groupings of “us” and “them”. "One Family: Indivisible" engagingly invites the reader into the deeply spiritual and lifelong journey of the author to find a way to acknowledge our differences without dividing and subdividing ourselves into competing tribes. It is a journey of mountain tops and deep valleys that leads to th ...more
Paperback, 229 pages
Published October 1st 2019 by MSI Press
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M Christopher
Nov 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Full Disclosure: Steven Greenebaum is a personal friend and I am mentioned in the book.

For some odd reason, spiritual leaders don't seem to make good memoirists. Very rarely have I read the reminiscences of a spiritual leader and thought, "I want to hang out with that person." Either they tell their story in the driest possible terms or their modesty makes them present themselves as terrible, uninteresting people -- the worst kind of sinners.

Steven Greenebaum, however, is an excellent storytelle
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