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Book details
  • Genre:SELF-HELP
  • SubGenre:Spiritual
  • Language:English
  • Pages:365
  • eBook ISBN:9780985024833

The Power Within

by Clara Endicott Sears

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Overview
The Power Within is a reprint of the original book published 100 years ago (1911) with only two copies known to exist. It offers a beautiful way to celebrate each and every day, it helps add spiritual renewal and direction to our daily routine. This book is a perfect companion for our journey through life.
Description
The Power Within is a reprint of the original self published book introduced over 100 years ago (1911) with only two copies known to exist. It offers a beautiful way to celebrate each and every day, it helps add spiritual renewal and direction to our daily routine. This book was written during the transition from agriculture to industrialism which was a time when people weren't as distracted and were able to access a perspective that our era does not allow us the time to think and reflect. It also helps you understand how and why you are in control and have been and how people often don't realize the control they have. This book is a perfect companion for anyone who has ever felt or is feeling anxiety, disorientated, disconnected, fearful and anxious in their life. Our publication of The Power Within includes forwards from Ellen Ratner and Cholene Espinoza. The writings of the following authors are quoted in The Power Within: Aaron Martin Crane, Horation W. Dresser, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Christian B. Larson, Annie Payson Call writing as Orison Sweet Marden, Annie Rix Militz, Prentice Mulford, Charles B. Newcomb, Katherine B. Newcomb, Elizabeth Towne, Henry Wood and Lilian Whiting
About the author
Sears was born to a wealthy, Yankee family in Boston, Massachusetts in 1863. Her parents were Knyvet Winthrop and Mary Crowninshield (Peabody) Sears. Sears was educated at private schools in Boston and by tutors in Europe. She authored several romantic work and later authored many historical tracts.[1] In 1910 Sears purchased a summer estate in Harvard, Massachusetts, which included the buildings that were part of a failed Transcendentalist community known as the Fruitlands. After restoring the property, Sears opened the buildings as the Fruitlands Museum in 1914. When the nearby Shaker community in Harvard closed in 1917, Sears bought 1794 office building from the Harvard Shaker Village and moved it to her property. Sears also worked with Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology at Harvard University in acquiring a Native American collection to display at the museum. She donated her collection of Hudson River School paintings and other America folk art to the museum. Sears served as a trustee of the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities (now Historic New England) and was awarded a gold medal by the National Society of New England Women in 1942. She was a member of the Colonial Dames of America, the New England Historic Genealogical Society, and Society of Mayflower Descendants. Clara Endicott Sears died in Boston in 1960.
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