What does the word ‘quest’ bring to mind? Adventure? Don Quixote? The Lord of the Rings? Is it just a quaint concept or a very relevant process?
Chester author D. Joseph Jacques would suggest that our lives can be a quest if we want them to be; a quest for meaning and virtue through which we can reclaim and nourish the very best of who we are. When rooted in ethics that are central to Western culture, our living quest can heal not only ourselves but our world as well. Surely such a meaningful life, which incorporates such concepts as truth, the purpose of freedom, Nature’s Law, and the attainment of personal authenticity, is both an ongoing adventure and very relevant to 21st century society.
Inquisitive minds are invited to join the author at Chester Library on Monday, June 3, at 7 p.m. in a thoughtful conversation about reclaiming the best of ourselves and our society. Mr. Jacques drew on 35 years of experience in social work and a deep appreciation of Arthurian Literature in writing The Deeper Quest, which will provide the basis for this conversation. Refreshments will be served and books will be available for purchase.
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