Crossing the Unknown Sea

Crossing the Unknown Sea

Work as A Pilgrimage of Identity

Book - 2001
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Crossing the Unknown Sea follows the stages of a holy pilgrimage as the path to finding fulfillment and awakening our deepest identities through our work. It includes a mix of poetry, stories from the workplace front, an unusual take on the industrial revolution, and Whyte's own search for meaning through work. The stages are: Longing for refuge, Finding the strength to begin the journey, Desiring growth, Overcoming obstacles, Avoiding distractions, Connecting: meeting and traveling with others with a common purpose, and Helping others: a desire to bring hope and help to those left behind. Whyte is a poet and powerful writer.
Publisher: New York :, Riverhead Books,, 2001.
ISBN: 9781573221788
Branch Call Number: 174 Wh
Characteristics: xiv, 257 pages ; 22 cm


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