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About meOrdained Minister, Medium, Psychic, working a tradition similar to Sanse, but called Sekhem Sekhemu. I have a wide spiritual "tableau". Pluralist spiritist. Since age 4 have been a bibliomaniac. New Thought guy. Always learning and practicing my spirituality and that is my hobby. B.S.E. in English Lit. with double the hours I needed to graduate in English Lit. Hwaet, Sigma Tau Delta!! I have my lifetime certificate as a teacher of English Secondary. Halfway through Grad School for Masters of Psyche. I work in the field of Mental Health. My dream: to retire totally and go to University for the rest of my life earning degrees incidentally while going to all the classes I want to attend.
About my libraryJust getting started cataloging... My library has gotten out of hand. I don't know what I've got anymore. Too many books to keep everything straight without having a way to organize it all. It's a wide collection that has been heavily weeded through the years, but contains the core of a lifetime's collecting. I collect books to READ, not because they have any other value. I love to read, reread, and reread many times. My library does mirror my interest in spirituality, in human potential, in growth and development. However, it also shows that I am an anglophile, a mystery buff, a lover of supernatural fiction, mysteries, comedies, and a dilettante hobbyist who could never really out why my hobby was.
Real nameStephen Carroll
Account typepublic, lifetime
Member sinceNov 21, 2012
Currently readingPositive Imaging by Norman Vincent Peale
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