The Valley of Vision


Read by MaryAnn

(4.1 stars; 7 reviews)

”Why do you choose such a title as The Valley of Vision for your book” said my friend; “do you mean that one can see farther from the valley than from the mountain-top?” This question set me thinking, as every honest question ought to do. Here is the result of my thoughts, which you will take for what it is worth, if you care to read the book. The mountain-top is the place of outlook over the earth and the sea. But it is in the valley of suffering, endurance, and self-sacrifice that the deepest visions of the meaning of life come to us.
I take the outcome of this Twentieth Century War as a victory over the mad illusion of world-domination which the Germans saw from the peak of their military power in 1914. The united force of the Allies has grown, through valley-visions of right and justice and human kindness, into an irresistible might before which the German “will to power” has gone down in ruin. (From the Preface) (5 hr 23 min)

Chapters

00 - Preface 2:59 Read by MaryAnn
01 - A Remembered Dream 14:30 Read by MaryAnn
02 - The Antwerp Road 3:35 Read by MaryAnn
03 - A City of Refuge 15:46 Read by MaryAnn
04 - A Sanctuary of Trees 32:37 Read by MaryAnn
05 - The King's High Way 7:17 Read by MaryAnn
06 - Half-Told Tales 9:50 Read by MaryAnn
07 - The Broken Soldier and the Maid of France 1:02:47 Read by MaryAnn
08 - The Hearing Ear 22:49 Read by MaryAnn
09 - Sketches of Quebec 23:33 Read by MaryAnn
10 - A Classic Instance 27:09 Read by MaryAnn
11 - Half Told Tales - Fantasia 27:26 Read by MaryAnn
12 - Salvage Point 18:53 Read by MaryAnn
13 - The Boy of Nazareth Dreams 53:59 Read by MaryAnn

Reviews

Excellent.


(5 stars)

Excellent collection and very well-read. The modern world needs Henry Van Dyke.


(5 stars)

well read and inspirational esp Jeanne d'arc story.