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Beth's mother loved to tell this story. One morning when Beth was three or four years old, she stepped out onto their front porch wearing coveralls. A man approached on the sidewalk. Seeing her he called out, "Hello, little boy." "I am not a boy," Beth called back. "I'm a girl." "Little girls don't wear coveralls," he informed her. "This girl does," she informed him. That little girl, supremely indifferent to popular opinion, determined to think for herself and set her own rules, has stayed alive in this author throughout her long, very healthy and happy life. This is a book of ideas. The…mehr

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Beth's mother loved to tell this story. One morning when Beth was three or four years old, she stepped out onto their front porch wearing coveralls. A man approached on the sidewalk. Seeing her he called out, "Hello, little boy." "I am not a boy," Beth called back. "I'm a girl." "Little girls don't wear coveralls," he informed her. "This girl does," she informed him. That little girl, supremely indifferent to popular opinion, determined to think for herself and set her own rules, has stayed alive in this author throughout her long, very healthy and happy life. This is a book of ideas. The author tells of incidents in her own life and in the lives of family members and friends to illustrate these ideas. In mid-life she slowly changed from what is considered logical, critical, left brain thinking to emotional, illogical, right brain thinking, dismantling her left brain beliefs brick by brick and replacing them with what many in the western world would consider weird nonsense. She developed psychic powers, was repeatedly amazed at the power and range of human consciousness and began to live in a bright new world filled with surprises and certainties, a magical, wonder-filled world.