Free to Fly

Life is a journey it can take you anywhere you choose to go

by Jean Bisbey



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/28/2016

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 116
ISBN : 9781524666583
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 116
ISBN : 9781524666576
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 116
ISBN : 9781524666590

About the Book

If you have ever wondered what life is all about, this is the book for you. If, like me, you have spent your life seeking answers to those imponderable questions like why does God allow so much suffering, is religion the answer, or is there something more important which isn’t emphasized in church or school? Does life have to be such a struggle? Can I have any say in the matter, or is my fate already sealed? This book may well give you ideas to ponder. Whether you are a Christian or atheist, humanist or agnostic, you will discover one overriding factor which should never be ignored. We are all in this together in a way that twenty-first-century science is revealing with breathtaking speed. The quantum age is with us, offering us vistas of a new way of thinking and the potential of a new way of living. If, on the other hand, you enjoy a tender love story, this book will not disappoint you. Suicide, murder, a bit of sleuthing also fits into the jigsaw of this story. I am not a scientist nor a mathematician. Equations mean nothing to me, but to read of quantum mechanics is mind-boggling and joyful. To learn about the wonder and mystery of the universe and man’s scientific striving to understand at breakneck speed is the gateway to cosmic awareness. This book, above all else, highlights the power within each one of us. This is the power of the mind and its manifestation in our thoughts for good or ill.

About the Author

Most of the author’s life has been spent asking awkward questions in the hope of finding credible answers. She gives a prelude to this in her two miniautobiographicals, Kindle publications Keep Searching and Widening the Search, both of which sparked an interest to take it further. This book is the result. In it, she not only highlights the suffering and concerns common to everyone, but also discovers a powerful way to tackle them. Her short acquaintance with quantum mechanics opens an exciting new way of thinking to ensure a happier life in spite of the burden carried. Thought is the manifestation of the mind and its power is awesome, and that is probably why this resultant book has been written in her eighty-ninth year of existence. After a checkered career consisting of many years in civil service to music teaching in Canada where she developed a taste for general teaching, she then returned to Scotland and college to qualify for this and concluded her teaching career as deputy head in a large primary school in the West Midlands. While living in Edinburgh, she became involved in theosophy and enjoyed a short spell as honorary librarian in the Theosophical library there. This gave her such food for thought, which has never left her. Mind may be static, but thought is dynamic with potential available to everyone.