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A Few Words in the Dark: Selected Meditations by Kagawa Toyohiko

This book is about Toyohiko Kagawa
In "A Few Words in the Dark: Selected Meditations by Kagawa Toyohiko," delve into the profound thoughts of a pioneering social justice leader during a pivotal moment of personal crisis. Published on September 15, 2015, this collection captures Toyohiko Kagawa's reflections written in 1926 while he suffered temporary blindness, an affliction stemming from his dedicated service in the Kobe slums. Through his meditations, Kagawa explores the intricate dance between religion and science within the framework of modern society, offering insights that resonate deeply with themes of religious freedom and human dignity. Ideal for adult education, this book not only sheds light on Kagawa's inner world but also serves as a beacon for anyone interested in the intersection of faith and social advocacy. As you traverse through Kagawa’s thoughts, you are invited to ponder the role of spirituality in advancing social justice and how one's darkest moments can lead to profound enlightenment and change.
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform on September 15, 2015
146 pages
ISBN: 9781517010492
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