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One of the most famous books ever written about a man’s search for faith and peace The Seven Storey Mountain tells of the growing restlessness of a brilliant and passionate young man who at the age of twenty six takes vows in one of the most demanding Catholic orders—the Trappist monks At the Abbey of Gethsemani the four walls of my new freedom Thomas Merton struggles to withdraw from the world but only after he has fully immersed himself in it At the abbey he wrote this extraordinary testament a unique spiritual autobiography that has been recognized as one of the most influential religious works of our time Translated into than twenty languages it has touched millions of lives  


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    A Trappist monastery is a quiet place In a Trappist monastery monks typically have three motivations to speak to one another to get a particular work project carried out efficiently to engage in a community discussion or to discuss one's spiritual progress with a director or confessor Sometimes too Trappists will enjoy friendly conversations with each other in a conversation room or in nature These different types of conversation are balanced with the discipline of fostering a general atmosphere of silence in the monastery Trappists find the silence helps them to practice continual prayer This is an amazing biography of a man who did quite relatively normal things in his life such as becoming a member of a young Communist group as he was concerned over the social and economic injustices of modern life However a completely different change of direction occurred when he decided to become a Trappist monk at the age of twenty sixI’m surprised and yet not surprised that Merton did in fact turn out the way he did His parents were artists an English father and his mother was an American Quaker who travelled extensively between America and France between the First and Second World Wars and Merton as a child seemed to be continually on the moveAlso the difference between being a gregarious individual and then deciding to forsake that to go and live in a world of quiet contemplation did have me wondering I must confess Nevertheless Merton was being called had made up his mind and that was the end of itWe have here a deeply religious individual who was a prolific writer writing from his monk’s cell for the outside world which rather astonished me He also had quite an international reputation Never mind being witty and thoroughly enjoying life up to the full until his untimely death at the age of fifty three twenty seven years after he entered the Abbey of Gethsemani in KentuckyI’ve always had a fascination for nuns and monks Indirectly I blame my father because he gave me a book to read The Nun of Monza I couldn’t put it down and my interest grew from there I don’t however believe that living in a monastery would suit my personality Conversation is too important for me and to listen to other viewsAs usual I was intrigued by the title and it transpires that Merton uses the seven tiered mountain Dante’s image of Purgatory as a symbol of the modern worldThe attention to detail throughout the book is remarkable and so you must trust me and read it Believe me I know that you will not only like this book but be enthralled by it