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Peace Pilgrim: Her Life And Her Work In Her Own Words

by Peace Pilgrim

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Library Journal, 1983
"A unique book by a unique woman. Highly recommended."

Dan Millman (Way of the Peaceful Warrior)
"Here is an American saint who transcended all national, religious, or sectarian bonds. Her life was her teaching."

Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
"A wonderful lady, a wonderful book! It should be read by anybody who loves peace and the simple life."

Book Description
Peace Pilgrim walked and spoke continuously across America from 1953 until her death in 1981. "Walking until given shelter and fasting until given food," she carried a simple yet powerfully enduring message of peace. A few of her friends later gathered her writings and talks into this first-person account of her experiences and beliefs. Peace Pilgrim has become a spiritual classic, with over half a million copies in print in nine languages. Includes news clippings, questions and answers, photographs, index.

About the Author
The woman known only as Peace Pilgrim walked on faith across America for 28 years as a penniless pilgrim, spreading a simple and universal message for achieving inner and worldwide peace. Born in New Jersey in the early 1900s, she assumed the name "Ppeace Pilgrim" in 1953 and began a walking and witnessing odyssey of over 25,000 miles, including every U.S. state, Mexico and Canada.



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