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What One Sees without Eyes: Selected Writings of Jacques Lusseyran


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Jacques Lusseyran, blind hero of the French Resistance, lost his sight at the age of eight. In his best-selling autobiography And There was Light (Floris Books, 1999), he tells how he discovered the 'inner light' which allowed him to see the world in all its richness and depth, a light which sustained him through the terrors of internment at Buchenwald. In this collection of writings, Lusseyran tells of experiencing 'light in myself' as a spiritual gift of love. He examines the value of 'seeing' for both blind and sighted ...

What One Sees Without Eyes: Selected Writings of Jacques Lusseyran 1999, Floris Books, Edinburgh

ISBN-13: 9780863153044