Redneck Spirituality Book Four

From the Outhouse at Rumi's Field

Non-Fiction - Inspirational
270 Pages
Reviewed on 08/13/2022
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Author Biography

Ever had one of those moments when you knew the next will be your last? Now string it out for two weeks. That is what an ICU was like for me. Made me look at myself. Who was I? What was my life all about? Hell, I didn’t know about life, or my own. Had mine made any difference?
I survived to spend the next years looking for and learning about the truths of life. Many were things few others knew—things always right there for anyone to see.
Life’s simple truths are called Spiritual Laws. So why don’t others know about them? That truth is even simpler. The “normal” way of life is to teach one’s progeny to see life the same way you do—to make them live your life after you.
Truth is, our world is comprised of our beliefs—beliefs that are put in our heads. They don’t exist “out there,” but only “in here.” Your parents, your teachers, even your society, consciously or not, lied. They did it for one purpose—for you to live your life to suit their own—to control.
Demanding others think as we do is the world’s greatest disfunction. Demanding a facade of being who Society wants is its greatest lie, only exposed by knowing the truth. Those lies of our youth will unconsciously run our lives until we learn that truth.
I write about truth—the Spiritual Laws.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Foluso Falaye for Readers' Favorite

Redneck Spirituality Book Four: From the Outhouse at Rumi's Field is all about unlearning various harmful, limiting beliefs that society imposes on us - from religious views to opinions about love, trust, politics, fear, Covid-19, and more. E. Egorhh Frank took back his life and found his voice after facing the possibility of death in an ICU ward with a huge blood clot on his lung. Frank speaks about his experiences in life and the insights he gained from them, including leaving an unhealthy marriage, having to correct seeing himself as a coward since childhood, and his dates with women. The publication also delivers a series of workbooks and contains numerous action words and introspective questions that are designed to help the reader discover their truth.

Finally! A self-help author who doesn't sweeten his words to appease the audience! E. Egorhh Frank's book hits you with the bitter truth and directs you away from unrealistic expectations toward clear, intelligent, and logical conclusions. The book's searching questions are expertly structured to spark a deep, thorough examination of the self. I found various useful, practical suggestions throughout the book, like choosing to tell someone you "don’t live in the same world” with them instead of telling them they're wrong. Redneck Spirituality Book Four reveals, with an unapologetically candid tone, why you don't have to smile ingratiatingly, marry to prove your love, or agree with society. For anyone who feels trapped and lost, it will show you how you can find the strength and courage you need to be happy, free, and excellent by your definition - not society's.