Interwoven; Letters from a Son to His Mother. Privately Printed

Interwoven; Letters from a Son to His Mother. Privately Printed

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 edition. Excerpt: ...glory to this plant to be attained, something as in the Easter lily being whiter than most other flowers. We rise up out of old pulp, and renew exactly like these bulb lilies. The body is a kind of bulb, and some doctors say it is better to be burned than to be drowned, because the spirit escapes whole. But I do not agree to that. A spirit needs a little of an earth body in order to support it. Burning cuts off this little, and so the new plant is terribly tender. I call it flesh. Well, it is a tissue resembling flesh, although more as the tissue of a rose petal, and not so porous. It does not need so many pores, for the fire-blood can escape more quickly than the waste by red blood, and besides no meat or heavy things are eaten here. The ails and ills are all in borderland and along the spheres. When one is able to live in a fifth sphere, one is supposed to have overcome diseases and to have faith and ability to teach broad lessons. Yes, do try to keep faith that things will come right for you. It is not always necessary to have money laid up, when God has ways to pull it from every corner, if it is a need. You might say it is a need in some cases you see every day, but without the poor and the striving there would be no way to open sympathies and ward off miserliness and set the conscience of the mortals into tick. I talked this over with father. Father and I study about these evils and goods, and he says it seems to him it has to be so, as long as people will mix their shells with their wheat. The sifting and grinding of it out must go on until all learn how to make the wheat of mind without any shell. Father goes to church regularly, and is not so nervous as he was, because he sees the law of things more clearly. Of course, it is a hard, more

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  • Paperback | 94 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 181g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236675932
  • 9781236675934