by: John O'donohue

`We can have all the world has to offer in terms of status, achievement and possessions, yet without a true sense of belonging, our lives feel empty and pointless.'
¶In beautiful, poetic prose, John O'Donohue puts a finger on one of the most significant problems of modern times - our unsatisfied hunger to belong. In today's fast-paced, chaotic world, this all-important sense of belonging often eludes us, and we tend to suffer from a deep sense of isolation and fragmentation. Drawing inspiration from Ireland's rich spiritual heritage of Celtic thought and imagination, O'Donohue teaches us how to build anew our sense of belonging. We discover those aspects of the visible and invisible worlds that can give us a feeling of belonging, and we learn how to tend and foster that feeling through techniques such as meditation, prayer and imagination.