Roman New grew up surrounded by the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains in Chillicothe, Ohio. It was here that he learned the spiritual values he writes about. His books include; "Spiritual Evolution from Flint Stones to Civil Tones," "Fruit Amidst the Thorns: 40 Prized Essays," and "Values Of A Spiritual Mind: 16 Essays For Living."
Roman has learned the lessons of the values of a spiritual mind and shares his insight into what these values are. His goal is to live in a continual embracing of the values of a spiritual mind which has transformed his view of life.
His prayer is that you also may find the rewards of living with the spiritual values as
on April 26, 2016 :
It says in the synopsis: "These rhymes are familiar to the masses, but behind the lyrical prose was information and insight into the world those children and their parents were living in". I am sure that is correct but unfortunately this book does not talk about any of that. The book is just the authors speculations on what the words of the rhyme mean to his own spiritual paradigm. Unfortunately I was looking for what was described, not what I found. Even if I was looking for spiritual speculation I would not choose this book as the ideas were unclear and ambiguous. There is so much really good work being written these days on spiritual advancement that you can easily do much better than this.
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