M. Scott Peck was hailed as 'a prophet to the Seventies' when The Road Less Travelled was published. His book spent in excess of 10 years on the New York Times bestseller list - longer than achieved by any other living author. Millions of readers understood his message that life is difficult and that it is by overcoming a constant stream of problems that personal and spiritual fulfilment is attainable, operating at the interface of psychology and theology. M. Scott Peck died in 2005 from Parkinsons Disease, having recently divorced his wife, Lily, after 40 years of marriage. The Road He Travelled makes sense of the fascinating paradoxes associated with his life and work - modern guru, bad father and husband, excellent writer, self-centred prophet, genuine seeker, a decent person trying sometimes to be better, the wounded carer, the healing physician, the great encourager...... the time my libido dramatically diminished. ... My dreams for FCE, other than that it survive somehow, has to do with a new planetary culture. ... a a#39;viral genea#39; in the field of creating community, was Community Building in Britain (CBiB); Mouvement vers la#39;esprit communautaire, Quebec, Canada; Kahna#39;s adaptations for Asia;anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Road He Travelled|
|Publisher||:||Random House - 2012-06-30|