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By: Barbara Kendall-Davies

Worlds Within Worlds

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Most thinking people pause at times to wonder what life is all about. Where do we come from and where do we go after we shuffle off this mortal coil? Of course, no one has all the answers so we become seekers of truth. Meditation is a good starting point in order to calm the mind and open up channels into deeper areas of being. If we are serious, we should pray for wisdom, then inner and outer teachers appear and our journey on an uncharted ocean begins. Nothing is given on a plate, but little by little, small pieces of the jigsaw begin to fit; however, as one question is answered, a dozen more pop up. It is an exciting process and if we persevere, we learn about subjects that are not on the curriculum of any earthly university but are aspects of the ageless wisdom. Take your courage in your hands and enjoy the journey through Worlds Within Worlds.

The author, Barbara Kendall-Davies, was a professional singer from 1965 until 2012. She is also a prolific painter, having studied at the Birmingham College of Art after she left school. Her first job was in the Wardrobe Department of the Alexandra Theatre in Birmingham. However, she always sang and she was encouraged to take lessons. She won first prize at her first competitive music festival and began to study seriously with a view to a professional career. In 1961, while working on the news staff of ATV Midlands, she won the Premier Soprano class and the Victory Shield at the Birmingham Music Festival and applied for a place at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. She was successful, and during the first week, she met the baritone, Christopher Davies. They married in 1963 and later founded the Apollo Group of London. In 1995, Barbara was asked to write a monograph of the French 19th century singer, Pauline Viardot Garcia, and this led to her becoming a published writer in France and later in the UK. Her marriage to Chris lasted fifty-five years and their son, Giles Davies, followed them into the profession. She is now based in Jersey and devotes her time to writing. The sequel to Love and Music - Volume One entitled On with the Show will soon follow. Her debut novel, Truth Will Find a Way, was published by Austin Macauley in 2019.
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  • Graham Kendall

    Well there is certainly plenty in this book to get one thinking and wondering. Open mindedness is the keyword and the author has certainly been on some interesting journeys.

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