A philosophical tale filled with wisdom, poetry and spirituality
Jade is a little girl who marvels at everything and asks herself many questions about life: Why do people speak of peace when they are continually at war? If God is everywhere then why don’t we see him? How can we show happiness when people around us look sad? To find the answers to these questions, Jade has her mother, her teacher and her (visible and invisible) friends to help her: Raphaël, the philosophic aviator, Amorgen, the little boy who wants to decipher the invisible, and the enigmatic Mr Holy Spirit.
This book is both refreshing and profound, in a similar vein to the Little Prince and Jonathan Livingstone Seagull, and speaks of the essential things, such as God, love and happiness. Jade is the child we once were and who we carry deep down inside us, and who leads us to discover the meaning of life with wonderment.
This 25th anniversary edition is enriched with comments from the author and reading notes covering the book’s main themes.
|Editor||MONTE CRISTO ÉDITIONS|
|Book format||11,5 x 18 cm|
|Number of pages||128|
|Type of book||Poche|
|Date of publication||01/03/1996|