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Please follow instructions and read and watch videos attached.WEEK 1 ESSAY: Human Desire and the Spiritual Journey Name your documents as follows: RC471_YourLastName_AssignmentTitle All weekly writing assignments are due Saturday Midnight Pacific Time Context Muller points out in the prelude and chapter 1 that the spiritual journey often begins with questions about self identity. “Who am I? Does my existence matter? How have my experience and history formed me? Who am I in relationship to others?” The spiritual journey can allow thoughts, memories, feelings, truths, and images to emerge which have been long hidden or forgotten. The depth of one’s desire to embark on the spiritual journey will determine the depth of discovering inner wholeness, meaning, and purpose. Description In this exercise, you will write a three-page essay [notwithstanding separate required Title Page and Reference Page] responding openly and personally to the following questions: As you begin or continue your spiritual journey, do you have any resistance? What are those? Describe and reflect your desires and longings for your spiritual journey? What are the challenges you envision or encounter? How will you/do you measure your progress? Write your response as a narrative essay and reflect your personal feelings, ideas, and longings. The facilitator will keep the material shared in these essays confidential. Refer to http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/685/4/ as a resource for guidance when writing this essay. Delivery Turn in your Week 1 essay as a Microsoft Word attachment to the corresponding Week 1 Assignments folder. You will be graded on grammar, spelling, punctuation, proofreading, clarity of writing, and comprehensive content related to the writing assignment. Please see facilitator Course Expectations Contract for specific details.Required books for the courseEaswaran, E. (2009). God makes the rivers to flow: An anthology of the world’s sacred poetry & prose (3rd ed.). Tomales, CA: Nilgiri Press. ISBN: 978-1-58638-038-0 or 978-1-58638-038-9. (The online syllabus has the 4th edition listed). Muller, W. (1996). How then shall we live? Four simple questions that reveal the beauty and meaning in our lives. NY: Bantam Books. ISBN: 0-553-37505-9. Palmer, Parker J. (2000). Let your life speak: Listening for the voice of vocation. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. ISBN: 0-7879-4735-0. Shield, B. & Carlson, R. eds. (2008). Handbook for the spirit. Novato, CA: New World Library. ISBN: 1-57731-613-4 or 9781577316138. Handbook for the Spirit and How then shall we live are on Kindle: Amazon Kindle login: https://read.amazon.com/kindle-library alpha11906@yahoo.com United&123 God makes the rivers to flow: An anthology of the world’s sacred poetry & prose, and Let your life speak: Listening for the voice of vocation are on Brytewave Brytewave login:https://brytewave.redshelf.com/accounts/login/?next=/library/ islam717@regis.edu United@123

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