A treasury of insight from one of the most
creative spiritual thinkers in America.
Whether you are new
to Kushner or a devoted fan, this is the place to begin.
At once deeply human and profoundly
spiritual, Lawrence Kushner’s books are a treat for the
soul. For nourishment and inspiration—Eyes Remade for Wonder opens
wide the gates of Jewish mysticism and spirituality, helping us
peel back the layers of meaning that animate our lives.
Few writers are more closely identified
with the boom of spirituality in America in the past
twenty-five years than Lawrence Kushner. With his first
book—the now-classic introduction to Jewish mysticism, The Book of Letters—Kushner
established himself as one of the most creative religious
thinkers in America. He is now read worldwide by people
searching to understand the connection between the sacred and
With an inspiring Introduction by Thomas
Moore, author of the best-selling books Care of the Soul and The Soul of Sex, Eyes Remade for Wonder offers something unique to both the spiritual
seeker and the committed person of faith, and is a collection
to be treasured and shared.
Praise for Lawrence Kushner’s Books
“As wise as he is prolific, Kushner
is also eminently readable and his ministry
transcends all faiths while deeply rooted in his
Gomes, Plummer Professor of
Christian Morals and
Pusey Minister in The Memorial Church,
“Kushner yet again proves himself
both a man of great wisdom and a great writer. No one can match him in catching glimpses
of the Holy.”
Peck, MD, author of The Road Less Traveled and other books
“Inspiring! Nourishes us with words
for the soul and insights for the heart.”
Canfield, co-author of Chicken Soup for the Soul
“This strong, imaginative, open, and
profound book invites reading, rereading,
talking, and absorbing.”
Rachel Cowan, director of Jewish
life, Nathan Cummings Foundation
“Captures the flavor and spark of
Thomas Moore is the beloved and inspiring author of Care of the Soul and twenty other books on spirituality, depth psychology and the soul. He has a PhD in religious studies from Syracuse University and is a former monk and psychotherapist. He lectures in many countries and continues to write about religion and the life of the soul. He writes fiction and music when he is at home, making use of his background in classical music. He lives in New England with his wife, Hari Kirin, painter and yoga trainer, and his daughter, Ajeet, who writes and performs music.