In The Ups and Downs of Living Alone in Later Life, Myrtle Stedman follows and develops the ideas expressed in her previously-published trilogy: Of One Mind, The Way Things Are or Could Be and Of Things to Come. In the process of her writing, she has come to view the Mind as Universal expression and receptivity ever driven by the Spirit of a biological urge-Its creativity evolving whatever It sets Itself to do for the love of doing. With a sense of humor, honesty and simplicity, she sees the Mind's work blinking in and out of range or sight, much like an artist works with a pencil in one hand and an eraser in the other, the creative attainment ever evolving. Two age-old questions, 'God created' or 'evolution,' are thus settled to her satisfaction in this, her fourth book on the Creative Mind-her tenth book published by Sunstone Press.
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"Myrtle Stedman is one of the world's best arguments for honoring the widsom of elders." -- LARRY DOSSEY
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