'My most usual method is this simple attention, an affectionate regard for God to whom I find myself often attached with greater sweetness and delight than that of an infant at the mother's breast. To choose an expression, I would call this state the bosom of God, for the inexpressible sweetness which I taste and experience there.' This is how 'Brother Laurence' describes his constant practice of speaking with and reflecting upon God amidst the mundane tasks of life. Nicholas Herman (c.1605-1691)was born in Lorraine, France and served as a cook and shoe repairer at a Carmelite monastery. He was only a lay member of the order, and walked with a limp from injuries incurred as a soldier, yet his private thoughts provide a wellspring of devotional insight and refreshment. Unabridged. Read by Nick Cordileone.