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Dr. Robert Goss, Webster University
"An organic vision of ever-renewing life for all peoples where we can rediscover the interconnections between spirit and nature."
June Hutson, Missouri Botanical Garden
"This in-depth approach to building an 'inner' garden explains so well the feelings of peace and joy I've always experienced while gardening."
Dan Decker, Author and Screenwriter
"A delightful romp through the gardens of your mind, as well as the gardens of myth and antiquity."
Sermon From The Compost Pile takes you on a bold journey into the invisible world of the spirit and for the first time, allows you to clearly see into it as clearly as you see the objects of the physical world. More importantly, it demonstrates how our spiritual world is being "landscaped" right here, right now, by our earthly activities. And, that the purpose of all true religion is to instruct us on how to create a healthy inner garden for our spirit to dwell in eternal happiness. Now, anyone who can understand simple gardening techniques can understand and uncover the answers to the most hidden and profound of all spiritual mysteries.
About the Author
Edward F. Sylvia attended the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan, New York and went on to work for some of the world's largest advertising agencies in New York, Chicago and St. Louis. Today, he lives with his wife, Susan, on a ten acre "homestead" just outside of St. Louis in southern Illinois. Edward is continually working on both his inner and outer gardens and has several other writing projects in the works, including several screenplays and a documentary.