EVERY LIVING CREATURE
By Ralph Waldo Trine
Before "New Age" there was "New Thought," a philosophy that sought God through metaphysics and was wildly popular in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
American mystic and bestselling author RALPH WALDO TRINE (1866-1958) was one of the most influential writers on New Thought principles, and here, in this 1899 book, he explains that how humanity behaves toward its fellow creatures is a measure of our own civility, or lack thereof:
. how children learn kindness through the gentle treatment of animals
. why fashion-in clothing, in food-cannot dictate our usage of animals
. how a society's viewpoint on animals is reflected in its culture
. and more.
File size (Digital) (136KB)
Page count (8.5x11) (51)
Word count (18,113)
Working table of contents (Yes)
Originally published (1899)