The Pursuit of Wisdom, Knowledge, Spiritual Power, and the Minds of God Through Multiplism
Nonfiction / Spiritual / Self-Help
If art imitates life, this book imitates the artist’s mind. Specifically an artist that has surrendered most of their natural born life to the arts. As the decades change so does the style of the art and their philosophy of how they approach their medium. This book follows the artist’s transformation and expression of that art in correlation to the influences, both external and internal, over a lifetime of study. The influence is sometimes physical and direct, other times more seemingly abstract and metaphysical. And it continually revisits the question, how in control are we, or is there something bigger at work? Are we bound to repeat history or do we always have the power to change our path? The author provides anecdotes that seem to answer the text's questions directly, and at other times stir the ambiguity. At the same time, the format of the book as an anthology allows for it to rest on any coffee table and be cracked open at any page to enjoy a slice of the larger thought-pie.
About the Author
“Everyone should allot some time each year to regeneration, regardless of the occurrence of failure. This allotment of time should be meant for reassessing goals and your relationship with God so you can emerge the following year with enough energy and strength to excel on that scale of success in which life is measured. Some of us fail, run out of energy, and wear out from the tribulations of life. But those who fail are essentially failing to step back and assess the larger picture. If we all take this time to revitalize ourselves, our lives will come back to us with greater use.”