Lift others up, don’t put them down. Be a fountain, not a drain. Be part of the ‘Construction Team’ rather than the ‘Wrecking Crew’—especially at home with those most dear to you! Practice smiling regularly, and as Stephen R. Covey has taught, “Be a light, not a judge. Be a model, not a critic.” Do all you can (often and in as many ways as possible) to encourage those around you and brighten their day. As you do, you’ll find that you’ve done as much or even more for yourself in the process!
Essays in the Esoteric is a mixture of interesting perspectives on a variety of subjects. Individual writings reflect an eclectic, up lifting view on age old subjects. Both main stream and spiritualist alike will be sure to delight in the not so uncommon viewpoints presented herein. Each composition is thought provoking and will give you, the reader, a new orientation to viewing life as we think we know it.
On the afternoon of Nov. 30, 1900, Oscar Wilde lost “a duel to the death” with the wallpaper in his room at Hôtel d’Alsace. “One or the other of us has to go,” he said. The Irish literary genius was buried in the suburban Bagneux Cemetery, and later moved to where he now rests at Père Lachaise (an eclectic neighborhood of the dead including Jim Morrison, Chopin, Bizet, Edith Piaf, Balzac, Proust, Moliere, and Delacroix). Imposing stone walls guard this tranquil Parisian otherworld. As you…
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