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  1. The Seven Story Mountain is as good a place to start with as any because it is autobiographical. It permits one to put Merton in context. That is why I suggested it. But if your primary interest is contemplative prayer, you could just skip to Inner Experiences or his Spiritual Direction and Meditation.
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    I've read a few of his quotations and seen his work quoted in a few other things I've read here and there (can't remember titles off hand). And, generally, I really like reading spiritual stuff. Thanks for the title recommendation on the thread, buy the way.
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    Hey pagebypage,

    How's spring your way? We've had a lot of rain where I live, but we need it. I like your new avatar.

    Best,

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    A little while ago -- The image cracked me up, so I made the switch. Watchmen is getting so cliche right now, anyway. Good to see you around.
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    Likewise. I'm such a Walden geek that I read it every spring. . . .have done so for quite a number of years.
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    I'm a student after 15 years of being a stay home mother. I believe we can have it all, just not all at once. Now that my kids are a little bit bigger I can do something for myself.
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    I know what you mean. I don’t belong to any other forums and I didn’t really plan on joining this one. I lurked around to get some ideas about stories I was reading for literature classes. I find that I like everyone here pretty well.

    I wonder what books you’ve loved and what you are looking at reading. My reading list is just growing right now. I don’t have any time to read for pleasure.
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    It’s a close match with my e-mail. I was pregnant with my fourth child and I was looking for a nursery rhyme name. It wasn’t my first choice, but I didn’t really know what I was doing and it was the name that worked.

    Are you enjoying the forum?
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    hahahahaha come on!!!! It wasn't that depresing!! A critic said sth like this: The laughing and the crying was separated by a comma.
    It made me laugh a lot that book. I love the innocence. And yes it was sad also,but not that much
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    Yes. I loved his 1st book"Angela's Ashes", I still didn't read the 2nd "Ti's"...
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