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WILMINGTON, NC, July 20, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Light is basic to human existence. Light is a powerful source of healing that is utilized in x-rays, lasers, MRIs and phototherapy. We've been told that proper controlled exposure to sunlight is an important ingredient in good health; in the proper functioning of body muscles and nerves. Low exposure to light is considered poor medicine rather than good medicine. Light in the form of electricity powers much of our industrial enterprise - it illuminates our homes, hardens the fillings in our teeth and entertains us through television and computer technology.
According to award winning author Bernard Fleury, light is the basic existent of the entire universe - not a something alone but also a Someone - a something in nature and a Someone who forms and informs the human mind. The individual human mind has to be developmentally ready to both receive and perceive the light for the light to be comprehensible. This is true for both the light of nature and the Light of mind.
In 'The Unfailing Light Remedy for Alienation, Loneliness and Despair', Fleury tells us how the inner light can overcome the three primary curses all human beings face.
"We are called into life by the Light," Fleury stated. "We are meant to live our lives in the Light. We find fulfillment and peace if we are open to this Light and let it shine in our lives. This Light is synonymous with genuine love, an empathy, a sympathy, a compassion that embraces God, ourselves, our neighbor. It's genuineness is evident by the pattern of our lives. Go in peace, proclaiming the Gospel by your life. This is the dismissal admonition at the end of Mass."
The book has received rave reviews from readers and professional reviewers alike. Edith Wairimu said the book, ". . . contains amazing insight that is essential for anyone who seeks to understand light from a biblical perspective." Mamta Madhavan stated, "This book is profound and it will make readers contemplate life, the presence and grace of God, and the thorns that are alienating human beings from God." K. C. Finn said "This book is very different in that it focuses on life and the more difficult aspects of the human condition, offering comfort through the belief in and praise of God in everyday practice. I found the ideas comforting and I think many others would too. Fleury is not overly pushy about specifically labeling one's faith, but highlights more the importance of having faith and using worship to display that to others. Overall, I believe that The Unfailing Light: Remedy For Alienation, Loneliness, and Despair provides an effective addition on the personal side to a well considered series thus far."
Nearly all of Bernard's books center squarely on the theme of Light as a Someone and a Something. He believes we are all Called Into Life By The Light. Life and Light are tied together. Lifelight describes their relationship best because both our "without" (our physical being) and our "within" (our spirit) are basically light in two different forms:
1. Physical energy that occupies space, has weight, can be measured, and
2. Psychic or spiritual energy which is a force that causes things to happen and, thus, real energy, but it does not occupy space, have weight, nor can it be empirically measured.
Fleury has received high praise for his work from readers and reviewers. His 'Light' book series has received numerous 5-star rated reviews. He was chosen as one of '50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading' in the 2017 Book Awards. That honor came as a result of his appearance on The Authors Show. He was chosen from a field of hundreds of authors through a public voting process.
Bernard Fleury is available for media interviews and can be reached using the information below, or by email at [email protected]. 'The Unfailing Light Remedy for Alienation, Loneliness and Despair' is available at online retail book outlets. More information is available at his website at http://www.intolifebylight.com.
Bernard Fleury is Professor Emeritus at Westfield State University and a Roman Catholic Permanent Deacon. He holds an A.A. degree in Classical Languages, a B.A. in History, a M.S. in Elementary Education with a minor in Philosophy, and an Ed.D. in Administration with a minor in Government. He taught in both the undergraduate and graduate divisions at Westfield State University for thirty years and was a Public School teacher and principal for thirteen years. He also served as Director of School Administration at Westfield State University, and as Director of Teacher Education, Academic Vice President, and President protem at International College of the Cayman Islands over a sixteen-year period. At present he is a corporator in the Westfield State University Foundation. He has also worn a third hat as an ordained Catholic Permanent Deacon for the past thirty five years.
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