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In the iconic Shaker hymn " a joy to be simple" and the popular tune "the best things in life are free," the operative word is free. The autobiographical journey of Ms. Hewitt leads to a holistic view of human interaction; a freedom from fear by becoming one with a understanding of the eco-universe we inhabit.
The ten chapters---from her childhood encounters with spirits to mature involvement with psysic and medium engagements---is charted in cities and towns in America during specific historic events and times of tribulations, and even ultimate joys of understanding.
Her realization that "each step,each pebble on the path being trod upon, can produce the link to the next in an almost seamless flow that is one's life" is underscored time and again by her insights, and intuitions, into the human condition.The sharing of these insights is her great gift to readers...gifts that can lead to empathy and even healing.
By defining all of her terms, Ms. Hewitt's work is shining example of the Japanese notion of namaste. It is a kind of energy recapitulating energy with one another.
This book demands, deserves and will eventually help unite others in partnerships without limits.The message could not be more important in times as complicated as these. The "simple gifts" have profound consequences.
William F. Claire
Founding Editor and Publisher of Voyages..