You Have Seen Me and I Am Grateful
Imprint: Resource Publications
198 Pages, 6.00 x 9.00 x 0.40 in
- Published: December 2023
$25.00 / £20.00 / AU$39.00Buy
Peter C. Wilcox, a psychotherapist and spiritual director for over thirty years, holds a doctorate in theology from The Catholic University of America and has taught at the Washington Theological Union; Loyola University, Maryland; and St. Bonaventure University, New York. He has directed retreats and conducted seminars on personality development and spiritual growth. The most recent of his seven books, I was Gone Long Before I Left, was published in 2020. For further information on his publications, visit his website at www.petercwilcox.com.
“Peter Wilcox brings an uncommon wisdom to his writing, gleaned from his many years as a gifted therapist, teacher, and author. Drawing on sources both secular and religious, ancient and modern, as well as illustrative, real-world examples, he encourages us to step back from the frenetic pace of our lives and to see ourselves and others with ‘new eyes.’ Filled with practical guidance and suggestions for putting these ideas into action, this book comforts, challenges, and inspires.”
—Chris Christiansen, retired probation officer
“In this guide to a more rewarding, more fulfilling life, Peter Wilcox challenges us to be more than we have ever been on a daily basis. Our preconceived attitudes toward the poor, the homeless, the undereducated, and even our friends, neighbors, and relatives so very often determine how we treat them, who we are, and how they view us. Wilcox’s book is a must-read for anyone desiring a happier life.”
—Jack Grados, retired high school guidance counselor
“Peter Wilcox’s book is a teaching book, a guide for those who desire to be closer to God and to live a godly life. By examining the notion of how we see things, ourselves, and others, our perspectives we can arrive at a deeper self- awareness, personal growth, and fuller understanding of God’s love, enhancing our relationship with Jesus. Wilcox leaves the reader with much to ponder.”
—Joan B. Haviland, retired historian
"I have found Peter Wilcox's books to be good, down-to-earth treatments to important theologically based questions. He always provides useful analysis to otherwise seemingly complicated issues. I fully enjoy the practical way he approaches these issues in simple terms. At the same time, he uses easy to follow logic that is actually entertaining and informative. He's so very articulate and insightful. I am quite frankly a giant fan of all his works!"