Ralph Waldo Trine

In Tune With The Infinite

There is an especial charm in all that Mr. Trine writes, and he has the rare gift of clothing the greatest of thoughts in the simplest of language. His message is so expressed that both the learned and the uneducated can find satisfaction in it; and his great popularity is largely due to the fact that he speaks not only from his heart but with the simplicity and directness of a child. There is no effort to impress the reader with his knowledge; rather does he ever strive to awaken in all a consciousness of the oneness and infinite powers of our common existence. His books come directly into the affairs of every-day life, and the author is constantly receiving letters that attest the good his readers have derived from the application of the truths therein contained.
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