‘What might be the bridge between people whose perspective is from some sort of a belief in God, and others to whom this is meaningless? Can we explore together whether there is an encompassing world view which transcends ‘beliefs’, which we can all more fruitfully engage with?
In To thine own self be true Howard Grace explores different stages and transitions in his spiritual growth through eight decades. This leads to an observation that our motivations come primarily from an innate spirit in our human hearts – wherever we may believe that spirit originates. His conviction develops, based on IofC’s banner headline being about trust building, that in the same way that the IofC network has almost unconsciously pioneered the frontier in ‘inter-faith’ work, are we now meant to explore the spiritual bridge in the frontier between ‘believers’ and ‘non-believers’?
Written during the 2020 Covid epidemic, this booklet prompts us all to think beyond our personal bubbles, to ponder the soul of our shared humanity.’