Publisher: St. Xenia Skete Press

Author: Archimandrite Seraphim Aleksiev

Dimensions: 8.25" x 5.25"

Format/Cover Type: Softcover

ISBN: 0-938635-86-7

Pages: 112

Description: Where have we gone wrong that we suffer so meaninglessly? Father Seraphim answers this question with penetrating clarity and with a compassion which warms the heart, helping us to come to the point where "quiet hope has taken the place of the bitter despair of suffering, and suffering is not unbearably heavy anymore, because it gives birth to sweet fruit."

Archimandrite Seraphim Aleksiev (1912-1993) was an outstanding pastor, spiritual writer, and theologian in contemporary Bulgaria. Today his books and pamphlets are pivotal in raising the level of spiritual life amidst the Bulgarian people, and reflect a depth of insight and experience which can touch the souls of all those in the world today who are hungry for God.

The Meaning of Suffering and Strife and Reconcilation

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