DIALOGUE AND DESTINY by Albert E. Day

DIALOGUE AND DESTINY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Know thyself, give thyself and thus be thyself might sum up Dr. Albert E. Day's thesis. He feels that genuine self-communication and the questing for the inner self of one's fellow man will bring one to the fulfillment of his destiny which destiny is, after all ""existence in God"". Life on earth is but the first act in the drama and the remedy for life's despair is the great act of faith. Faith will remove the black veil behind which we live and open the vista of love which is God. Thus, one's destiny may be advanced through dialogue. This dialogue must be both individual and corporate. It must contain listening as well as expression, criticism as well as appreciation, an admission of guilt as well as confidence. To many plagued by gloomy doubts and faithless fears this book will bring a method and a message of immense value.

Pub Date: Oct. 25th, 1961
Publisher: Harper