THE JOB OF LIVING by Stewart Edward White

THE JOB OF LIVING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Though this posthumous volume belongs in the tradition of The Unobstructed Universe and the Betty Books, the market is distinctly different. This is not for those wanting help to meet death of loved ones, but those convinced of the scientific possibilities of contact, the value to be received from it. White presents another voice from that universe -- as ""Gaelic"" discusses the broad meaning of our job on earth, our attitudes, our aids in achieving it. Here are various spiritual and philosophical concepts about living; about the individual and his individual job; the individual and the group; consciousness; creation and creative intelligence; the ""essential simplicities of religion"" and the nature of God, the ""All- Consciousness"", both finite and infinite; pride; rules of work; and so on. A philosophy of the everyday for everyman- this is assured of a market on the basis of its predecessors, in a specific field.

Pub Date: June 4th, 1948
ISBN: 1425486991
Publisher: Dutton