Waynesboro, VA: The Walter Russell Foundation, 1955. First Edition. Octavo (21.5cm); medium blue cloth, stamped in gilt, in silver dustwrapper; xiv, 270pp, frontispiece. Soiling, wear to boards and dustwrapper; dw also bumped, with chips about the edges and and material loss at crown of spine. Textblock has some foxing to preliminaries and edges, else Very Good in a Good dustwrapper.
Lao Russell (born Daisy Stubbing) was the second wife of impressionist painter and New Thought leader Walter Russell; the couple collaborated on many philosophical books and operated a home study couse out of Swannoa, their home in Waynesboro, VA. In this 1955 offering, Lao writes about the nature of God, the purposes of Man, and the possibilities of spiritual rebirth.