Lessons on Loving in the Little Prince
David Robert Ord
It looks like a children's book, but it's really a description of the profound spiritual journey we all must take if we are to know fulfillment in relationships
If you were raised on The Little Prince or have fallen in love with the story as an adult, you will enjoy this timeless tale all the more once you understand how its many symbols relate to your everyday life and relationships—a depth of meaning uniquely unveiled in Lessons on Loving in The Little Prince.
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's beloved tale of how a little boy is discouraged from being true to himself and instead grows up to lead a lonely life comes alive in the hands of Namaste Publishing’s Editorial Director. We discover how, by age six, most of us have already lost touch with our real self and begun living to please others. The little prince’s journey from the stars represents our birth from star stuff, and his romance with the rose depicts the struggles we go through when it comes to forming great relationships. The book teaches us how to reconnect with our deepest self and so be real with each other in our relationships. It’s a description of a journey each of us must take if we are to make our relationships and lives fulfilling.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
David Robert Ord
In addition to writing Lessons On Loving in the Little Prince, David Robert Ord is also the author of Your Forgotten Self and coauthor of The Coming Interspiritual Age with Dr. Kurt Johnson. Born in Harrogate, Yorkshire, he grew up and was educated in England, lived in New Zealand for five years, and from 1979 has resided in the United States where he serves as Editorial Director for Namaste Publishing.