• Suffering and Transcendence
  • ₱700.00
  • by:  Amando F. Grata

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    • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
    • ISBN: 978-971-8543-53-5
    • No. of Pages: 181
    • Size: 6 x 9
    • Edition: 2021




    • Description:

      A book on the suffering and transcendence of offenders that gives a sense of purpose in life. Written from a spiritual standpoint, Suffering and Transcendence answers the question of why we exist at all and narrates the reason why life may still be worth living even as an offender, despite the ostracism and the lack of social support. The journey of an offender to transformation as the focus of the book reflects a lesson for everyone to view suffering and transcendence from a free man's perspective. Clearly and concisely, the book offers insights into psychological trauma, acceptance, and healing – a model where people in the free world can examine their lives from the context of offending, and in harmony with the community, acknowledge that there is a way out of suffering through transcendence.






    • Suffering and Transcendence
    • by:  Amando F. Grata
    • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
    • ISBN: 978-971-8543-53-5
    • No. of Pages: 181
    • Size: 6 x 9
    • Edition: 2021

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    Description:

    A book on the suffering and transcendence of offenders that gives a sense of purpose in life. Written from a spiritual standpoint, Suffering and Transcendence answers the question of why we exist at all and narrates the reason why life may still be worth living even as an offender, despite the ostracism and the lack of social support. The journey of an offender to transformation as the focus of the book reflects a lesson for everyone to view suffering and transcendence from a free man's perspective. Clearly and concisely, the book offers insights into psychological trauma, acceptance, and healing – a model where people in the free world can examine their lives from the context of offending, and in harmony with the community, acknowledge that there is a way out of suffering through transcendence.