Salesian Monastic Community, 2005 - Počet stran: 137
The mystery team is at it again! This time the six good friends travel to the land of mystery and intrigue- -Tibet- -via Nepal and Bangkok. Having started their journey, but not even out of America yet, they are drawn into a search for an ancient Dorje - - a scepter - like object used during Tibetan Buddhist prayer services. The Dorje, however, quickly becomes the least of their challenges.Fertile with information about Asian medicine and spirituality, this book is presented in a light and humorous fashion through the minds and hearts of single, married, male, female, lay, and monastic characters. The great religions of the would are also represented - - and a hopeful agnostic familiar to our readers is an integral part of the action as well. Third in the Office of the Dead series, Morning Prayer is a complete monastic murder mystery containing, characters which develop out of the first two complete books: Office of the Dead and Vigils. Experience friendship and danger through the psyche of a Christian monk / doctor, along with his friends, as he connects with Tibetan Buddhist monks and nuns for some continuing education credits that he will never forget. Enjoy your trip to Tibet - - a Kingdom also known as the Top of the World!
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