The Freedom of Life, Annie proposes a Buddhist stance of non-resistance, before it became fashionable, advising us to give up the power struggles we often find ourselves in with others. Instead, she advises you to keep your heart and eye on the goal of enlightenment, transcendance, being a good Christian and making it to Heaven, whatever your spiritual path, what ever you might call it. Why worry, why fight, when you can get into step with the rhythm of Life?
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Annie Payson Call (1853-1940) was a Waltham author. She wrote several books and published articles in Ladies' Home Journal. Many articles are reprinted in her book "Nerves and Common Sense". The common theme of her work is mental health.
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