Letters from Beulah State University
Timothy Henderson, in lighthearted and simple letters to friends and family, shares the atmosphere, charm, sketches of top professors and some profound lessons learned at Beulah State University, a truly one-of-a-kind center of “higher” learning.
The letters (and topics covered) focus on key issues of life and how to better and better navigate the difficult facets of living. Spiritual? Yes. Motivational? Yes. Better Mind, Body and Spirit? Yes, yes, yes! Beulah State concentrates on the foundational basics necessary for a happy, meaningful and productive life. In some cases, suggestions are made. For other topics, interesting and stimulating questions are raised for on-going reflection and contemplation. Sometimes the alternatives are common-sense while, at other times, they show how a paradox holds the answer, the key to an otherwise perplexing mystery. But in all instances, the lessons are vital for life, but too often ignored or overlooked in the quick pace of today’s world.
Letters from Beulah State University, the best of where education, knowledge and wisdom has been, is now and is headed – as one of Beulah State’s mottos says: “If something is worth doing [and certainly life, itself, is!] it is worth doing better and better!” The lessons are best learned early, but it is never too late to benefit from these lessons – from the mid-teens till age 94, these letters, and their thought-provoking messages, will help those seeking better! Letters from Beulah State University, a bridge over the all-too-frequent and increasing gap between Christian rhetoric and Christian living.
“‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ … and ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’” Matthew 22:34-40