Eugène Ionesco’s “First Vision” Account

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Eugene Ionesco

The Romanian-French playwright Eugène Ionesco (1909-1994) described the following experience he once had:

On a May morning, just before noon, a day that seemed full of sap, in a leafy park where the light streamed down, white, blue green: that day it all began with a senseless, inexplicable joy that I have never again felt so concretely, so carnally, so obviously a joie de vivre sustained by an indescribable astonishment at being alive. Continue reading “Eugène Ionesco’s “First Vision” Account”

The Divine Light of a Lowly Farmer Boy

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Ann Purcell

Ann Purcell is the author of the book The Transcendental Meditation Technique and The Journey of Enlightenment, from which I’ve cited several “First Vision” accounts. Ann has a friend who is Mormon who sent her a note about my website, ThyMindOMan.com, and Ann contacted me. Through email exchanges I’ve come to know Ann better. She is a kind, wise, humble, and gracious person, who I am grateful to know and call my friend. Continue reading “The Divine Light of a Lowly Farmer Boy”