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Albert schweitzer's out of my life and thought is a spiritual autobiography in that it is both an account of spiritual progress and an expression of it his book. Awarded the 1952 nobel peace prize for his writing, albert schweitzer coined the idea of reverence for life. John scudder, who helped bring the renewed albert schweitzer collection to life, and nancy martin, director of the albert schweitzer institute,. 2015 albert schweitzer leadership for life award recipient joe's story starts here in manhattan in 1936, where he was born to irish emigrant parents, patrick.
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