ANCHORS TO WINDWARD by Stewart Edward White


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White's own formulae for self betterment, uplift and personal philosophy applicable to the general reader, and therefore broader in appeal than his Unobstructed Universe. Here are the ""four freedoms of the spirit"", -- stability, serenity, eagerness unfoldment, which he defines as ""the uplifing assurance of growth"". The importance of having an objective in what we do, the value of old age and the change of rhythm which accompanies it, the elimination of the ego, aids to the art of living and his own technique of withdrawal from the world, faith, prayer and tolerance. Balm for older people.

Publisher: Dutton