While many people are trying to be in tune with infinite, what they really are is in tune with the indefinite.
I am not what I think. I am thinking what I think.
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|Birth:||12th September, 1916|
|Death:||17th April, 2003|
|Profession:||Author, Lecturer, Philosopher, Radio Personality, Theologian|
Eric Butterworth was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. He was a Canadian author, theologian, philosopher, lecturer, and radio personality. His family moved to southern California. He earned high respect for his delivery of universal spiritual ideas. His teaching focused on the divinity of all people, and his desire was that everyone would know their oneness with God. In 1961, he began his ministry in New York City. His Sunday lectures were held at Carnegie Hall, Town Hall, and then Avery Fisher Hall in Lincoln Center, where the weekly attendance grew to several thousand. He authored 14 popular religious books, including Discover the Power Within You and Spiritual Economics. Butterworth’s radio show “Eric Butterworth Speaks” provided thousands with new perspectives about positive living.
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