Anthony de Mello
Nonfiction 1992/ 184 pages
This is another book that is allegedly about spirituality but seems more about psychology. That being said, I found some useful perspectives, such as exchanging a concept or idea about something or someone and replacing it with reality. I also resonated with the admonishment to view emotions as though they are outside of you. He talks about the difference between “I am depressed” and “there is depression.” Interesting psychological and emotional advice, but somehow it does not make the link to spirituality for me.