“Better to never have been born!” This pessimistic declaration has been made at various points in the history of human thought, becoming a true philosophical system beginning with Arthur Schopenhauer in the nineteenth century. It was repeated by various philosophers in subsequent decades, though rarely with the tragic passion of Emil Cioran (1911-1995). A solitary philosopher, Cioran was born in Romania but spent most of his career in Paris, where he moved at the age of 26 and where he remained until his death.
The Goddess is Our Highest Self. She is the Creator and the Universe Omnipresent, Omnipotent, Infinite… and when she speaks, she heals.
In this book you will find a collection of affirmative verses designed to effect deep and powerful healing whenever spoken or read. A daily reading of this text is meant to invoke the highest possible healing there can be.
Harry Freedman is a British author and entrepreneur. He has a broad career background having worked at senior level across many sectors, including hospitality, technology, healthcare and not for profit. His latest book, The Talmud: A Biography is published by Bloomsbury. We recently chatted to Harry on the phone about his latest book…