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Deeply Spiritual Book on Aging with Grace by Evelyn Olivia Thomas Exhibited at the Printers Row Lit Fest 2023

The Printers Row Lit Fest 2023 exhibited countless books from various religions and forms of spirituality sharing wisdom for better living. But when it comes to the topic of aging, Evelyn Olivia Thomas finds it better to bring the best from different faith traditions and shares the resulting insight in her book “Reverend Teacher Talks Aging.” This book was also among the exhibits, providing profound ideas to those open to its shared possibilities.

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“Embrace the challenge of being mindful, insightful, to hold to what is true, and to live your best life now.”

The Printers Row Lit Fest 2023 invited many publishers to display some of the newest books on the streets of Chicago, encouraging many curious onlookers to discover new ideas as well as insightful solutions to some of life’s challenges.

Though, for retired social worker and spiritual academic Evelyn Olivia Thomas, the challenge of aging has answers from the most surprising places.

That’s why she compiled her thoughts in her book Reverend Teacher Talks on Aging. And with the help of ReadersMagnet, a book marketing and self-publishing firm, she secured an exhibit for it during the Printers Row Lit Fest 2023.

The main topic of her book is transformative aging. Using a voice she dubs the Reverend Teacher, Thomas makes references to different spiritual traditions on how to make aging a better experience. These include reflection, meditation and various laws of life found across other faiths. It is a book meant to create that much-sought greater awareness that promotes personal fulfillment as well as better health.

Thomas synthesized many of these ideas as a result of her academic background. She graduated from the Jane Addams College of Social work, University of Illinois Chicago and came to have a dual approach to the subject of aging (one side being academic and the other spiritual).

She’s even an ordained minister for the Universal Foundation For Better Living (UFBL) and has taught classes at the Johnnie Colemon Institute. But while retired from social work, she finds that publishing books and sharing her wisdom in events like the Printers Row Lit Fest 2023 can go a long way to still help people address sobering realities like aging.

Evelyn Olivia Thomas’ Reverend Teacher Talks on Aging is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Reverend Teacher Talks on Aging
Author | Evelyn Olivia Thomas
Published date | April 11, 2022
Publisher | Christian Faith Publishing
Genre | Inspiration

Author Bio
Evelyn Olivia Thomas lives in Chicago, IL. She is a graduate of Roosevelt University with a degree in sociology/social anthropology. She received a Master’s degree from Jane Addams college of Social Work, University of Illinois @ Chicago. She retired as a license clinical social worker after 40 plus years in health care. She taught, coached, and counseled individuals, groups and families faced with challenges in health & living.

Evelyn is an ordained UFBL ( Universal Foundation For Better Living, Inc.) minister. Under the tutelage of the Reverend Dr. Johnnie Colemon, she learned and practiced spiritual principles for better living. Later, she taught classes in the Johnnie Colemon Institute. Her favorite were prayer and meditation. She wrote daily inspiration for better living, co- authored two books ‘Walk with Jesus & Modern-day book of psalms.’

With the convergence of academic and spiritual paths, Evelyn seeks to lead a thought--provoking exploration of how cultures, social and political movements influence how we age.

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