In the late 1970s, Jerry Wennstrom was a rising star in the New York art world when he decided that the ultimate creative leap was to destroy his large body of art, give away all of his possessions, and spend the next 10 years wandering, seeking, and listening. "It was a powerful, holy experience that left me shaken and empty, but exhilarated," says Jerry of the destruction of his art.In his book The Inspired Heart: An Artist's Journey of Transformation, Jerry Wennstrom tells the extraordinary story of his daring exploration into the source of his creativity. He tells of a life lived by the singular requirement of Grace - to remain fearlessly attuned to the heart. The Inspired Heart has a foreword by Care of the Soul author Thomas Moore.More
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A proper narrator. I think the story is quite interesting but the story telling is so dreary it's almost unlistenable to.