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Throughout the years I've admired Robert's compassionate ministry of God's love and hope and the integrity of his life and leadership over many decades. It is a joy to see that authenticity revealed in these pages...It is a humdinger of a book! -Desmond M. Tutu, Nobel Peace Laureate A NEW WAY TO BE HUMAN is an invaluable guide for individuals intent on transforming their lives, revolutionising our society and refining our world. It is for those who seek: * A life full of meaning and purpose, love and hope, compassion and delight * The courage to cross the boundaries of religion and move beyond the demonising debates about gender equality and human sexuality * The spiritual wisdom discovered in the many forms and disguises of the Holy By identifying 7 pivotal, universally recognisable life occurrences as spiritual pathways, A NEW WAY TO BE HUMAN will immediately connect you to actionable personal spiritual practices. From his miraculous physical healing as a teenager in Cape Town, to fighting apartheid alongside Desmond Tutu, to his eventual appointment as one of the United State's highest ranking, openly gay Episcopal priests, Robert's life shows anyone how to integrate personal spirituality with a legacy of compassionate purpose in the world - and invites others to do the same.
Robert V. Taylor is a nationally recognised leader, author and sought-after speaker who invests his life in helping individuals and organisations to realize their full human potential and impact in the world. Born and raised in South Africa, Robert saw firsthand the difference that could be made when oppressed people are given the freedom to discover their voices, trust their imaginations and find the courage to be who they are. Robert continues to explore integrating personal spirituality and values-driven strategies with the question of how we each leave a footprint of compassion in the world - both at home and in the corporate marketplace. He lives in Seattle, Washington.