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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. The Way to Love by Anthony de Mello. Paperbackpages. Published June 1st by Image first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

To ask other readers questions about The Way to Loveplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Jan 31, Jeff Maziarek rated it really liked it. Anthony DeMello is my favorite spiritual teacher, so I’ll admit to having a bit of bias in his favor. This is a nice little book with lots of wisdom shared in DeMello’s usual frank, no-nonsense style.

Here’s one of my favorite quotes from it: In the past six months or one year you were so insecure about events which when they finally came you were able to handle somehow. Thanks to the energy and the resources that Anthony DeMello is my favorite spiritual teacher, so I’ll admit to having a bit of bias in his favor.

Thanks to the energy and the resources that that particular present moment gave you, and not to all the previous worrying, which only made you suffer needlessly and weakened you emotionally. So say to yourself: If there is anything I can do about the future, right now, I shall do it.


And that the present always gives me the resources and the energy I need to deal with them. Dec 04, Coen rated it it was amazing Shelves: This scared and terrified the shit out of me on several occasions.

What an astounding thing to do. I’ve read my share of books on spirituality, but for some reason, this one really got to me.

Or maybe it’s just the current stage I’m experiencing in my life. It has shaken me up.


It has challenged every single thing I believe and hold true. I love challening my beliefs. I loved this What a book.

Ee loved this book. He’s now one of my favorite authors. Before this, I read his other book: Recommend it as well. Dec 25, Christopher Maricle rated it really liked it. If you read Anthony de Mello, you will find yourself nodding.

And then you will have to read antonii again. The concepts can challenging, because it’s not your typical Christian spirituality. And it will change you. Nov 14, Widyarini rated it it was amazing. This pure, sincere observation about life can only be done by someone holy. Read this with open heart and it will lead you to taste sweetness of enlightenment. Most priests will interpret bible though what they learn in theology, through the ideas that lived in their mind for years planted by society and religion.


De Mello is one of a kind priest. I’m so grateful for him and his love. May 29, Mary rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is a little book espousing a life with no suffering. It teaches that we suffer because we attach our identity to things that we cannot control and are only concepts. Buddhist-like teaching mixed with Christianity. I usually write quotes, and this one made me write – a lot. First of all, I liked some parts of a book, he really gives us good advices.

But I also have a lot of negative comments: He says that we shouldn’t look at things through our beliefs and there he goes he wrote it through Bible pht and believes.

Humans are social beings, we live in certain culture, and sorry buddy, but we can’t just excuse ourselves from it. I kinda got a felling that all he wants to say is that you can’t be ha I usually write quotes, and this one made me write – a lot.

I kinda got a felling that all he wants to say is that you can’t be happy as long as you are attached with someone – sorry again we all have parents and that’s our first connection with world, we can’t just throw it away, our friends, partners, pets, I think that if we actually lived the way he advices us we would never be happy.

We would be alone separated from anyone who certainly made us feel happy, we would be flegmatic towards anything – meeeh it’s the way it is I can change it. Feelings ARE OK, it’s ok to feel angry, to feel sad, or however we want to feel, feelings make us change and progress!

You can’t just ignore it it’s like: I agree we shouldn’t compare ourselves with other people, but we need to compare us with ourselves! Otherwise we would be the same – again, no progress! Our wishes, imaginations, believes, relationships make us go foward healthy onesand yes, when we complete them we lljubavi a short-time happiness, but that’s why we need to change our goals, and wishes all the time to keep us moving, and antinio whatever we want!

This is one of those books that just helps you get perspective. It is done in short chapters that reflect on the meaning of a scripture verse, but does not preach a sermon.

It’s more about how to see everything for what it really is – not what it has antoniio for us through the influences of our culture or other relationships. Anthony De Mello was a ljubvai who cut through so much of what we assume we understand, but have not critically looked at. May 16, Paul marked it as to-read.

Meditative, contemplative readings that I ponder as I drift off mflo sleep each night. This book was recently given to be by a wise and gentle soul I know and admire. Mar 02, Cathy rated it really liked it Shelves: What a wonderful, incredibly challenging book. While very idealistic in many respects, it also forced me to look very mepo at my life, my attachments, my “programming”, and to take responsibility for my thoughts, feelings and actions.

To truly love one has to first truly let go – of one’s biases, one’s prejudices, the need to be right, the need to be needed, one’s fears, even one’s ambitions and one’s walls. I will definitely read this book over and over again, in small doses, to try and let d What a wonderful, incredibly challenging book.


I will definitely read this book over and over again, in small doses, to try and let de Mello’s wisdom sink in and to let it influence my life.

It ,jubavi take a lifetime and more to live into this way of love, but the journey I believe will be very freeing and life-giving. May 06, Patrick rated it it was amazing Shelves: This was a big eye-opener at the time. It’s too bad De Mello isn’t still around, as I’d like to see his commentary on current affairs. Probably the most paradigm-shifting book Wntonio read in a long long while definitely this year, maybe my whole uni life. Despite being written by a Jesuit priest, the ideas expressed are reminiscent of Buddhism non-attachmentwith a distinct Christian lens.

If you read only one book a decade, do yourself a favour and make it this one. Attachment Attachment – how is an attachment formed?

First comes the contact wi Probably the most paradigm-shifting book I’ve read in a long long while definitely this year, maybe my whole uni life. First comes the contact with something that gives you pleasure: Then comes the desire to hold on to it, to repeat the gratifying sensation that this thing or person caused you.

Finally comes the conviction that you will not be happy without this person or thing, for you have equated the sntonio it brings you with antonko.

You now have a full-blown attachment; and with it comes an inevitable exclusion of other things, an insensitivity to anything that isn’t part of your attachment. Each time you leave the object of your attachment, you leave your heart there, so you cannot invest it in the next place you go to. The symphony of life moves on but you keep looking back, clinging to a few bars of the melody, blocking your ears to the rest of the music, thereby producing disharmony and conflict between what life is offering you and what you are.

There is only one thing that blocks out entry into that world of love and the name of that thing is Attachment. It is produced by the lusting eye that excites craving within the heart and by the grasping hand that reaches out to hold, possess and make one’s own, and refuses to let go. It is this eye that must be gouged out, this hand that must be cut off if love is to be born.

Mostly the discontent that you feel comes from not having enough of something- you are dissatisfied because you think you do not have enough money or power or success or fame or virtue or love, or holiness. This is not the discontent that leads to the joy of the kingdom.

Its source is greed and ambition and its fruit is restlessness and frustration.