Published anonymously in 1915, Impersonal Life is a moving and profound chronicle of a spiritual journey that the reader may themselves set out on.
The core concept of the book is that God exists within all of us, and may be called upon if the spirit is sufficiently receptive and attuned to Him. Although the author mentions Christian figures such as Jesus Christ, this tenet remains constant; that we can all discover God and attain spiritual harmony by simply fostering our souls in the correct way.
Readers of Impersonal Life frequently attest to its profound message, which encourages the reader to embark on spiritual growth. Although the language is religious, the essential message - of personal inner growth, harmony with the world around us, and a healthy soul - remains meaningful and weighty irrespective of the reader's personal religious beliefs.
This book would spread steadily to a greater audience throughout the 20th century, with paperback copies passed along and word of mouth serving to spread the wisdom of its message. Today it is considered an abiding classic, beneficent to whomever discovers and absorbs its contents.
Although the author's name would later became known, it was his abiding wish that his name never be associated with this work. Unlike certain other publishers of this work, we have respected and obeyed the author's original wishes in printing this work as 'Anonymous'.