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Is there really a readership for such a book? That explores believing and knowing, certainty and uncertainty? Spiritual spaces from Chartres to Cordoba, Malta to Delphi, to Istanbul, Jerusalem, Cairo, Mumbai to Kyoto?

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Cheng May What this book explores is a replica of exploring one's own life. Life is a journey itself. It requires a balancing act and constant searching of believing and knowing, certainty and uncertainty along the way. "There are things that we cannot know, but it is impossible to know them". This book takes one to another dimension of these relationships. When there is a readership for books such as fiction, non-fiction, philosophy, psychology, travel, history, religious studies......., there must be a readership for this book as well. Reading itself is to enter the first chapter with an open mind, and to come out with a mind full of thoughts when the book is closed. This book has depth and ambition in many aspects that leaves readers with much food for thought.
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