The Hidden Revelation by Morson Livingston
“My passion is Spirituality; my mission is to end homelessness and hunger.”

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"There is nothing new in Livingston’s presentation, but to demand novelty is to miss his point. He expresses, in a gentle style, perennial truths. He speaks to what is the same in all human beings, promoting peace between adherents of different faith traditions."
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This book started out because of my own restlessness as a seeker and a person who has many questions. I have always been a seeker of knowledge, to understand the bigger and greater things in life and about life. I was always seeking my own path in life by carving out how I can experience and learn all that I can.
 

About Morson Livingston

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I was born into a large family of eight in India and I am the middle child. Maybe my middle child syndrome made me join or volunteer for every organization I could have, which was available in my surroundings, e.g., I was a Boy Scout Leader, NCC (which is similar to ROTC), an Altar boy at the Catholic Church, and later on I volunteered to be the Librarian at the children's library. I also competed in many debates and elocution competitions where I eventually became known as a champion debater and elocutionist, winning many prizes. This aspect of my life really helped to mold me to be able to speak in any open forum, small or large, and to make my leadership skills shine through. These many experiences, along with the encouragement from my parents, teachers, and elders, etc., really enabled me to later on do the things I was able to as a Catholic Priest, Lecturer at Universities, and Chaplain for the US Army, Hospitals, as well as the Veterans Administration and the Federal Bureau of Prison Systems. My job at the Federal Bureau of Prison Systems helped me to put many things in perspective. I witnessed mafia kings, politicians, etc., who had vast wealth and power, e.g., expensive boats, homes, cars, etc., in the real world fight for a matchstick in prison.
 
Published July 21, 2015 by Xlibris US. 260 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction
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on Sep 27 2016

"There is nothing new in Livingston’s presentation, but to demand novelty is to miss his point. He expresses, in a gentle style, perennial truths. He speaks to what is the same in all human beings, promoting peace between adherents of different faith traditions."

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