Softcover, 133 pages.
In an interview with Wayne Smith, Don Stevens describes what he calls three daytime 'visions' he had while walking down the street:
"I was walking, and suddenly, I was not in the city, but I was on-- I can't even describe the landscape-- I would say it was low, undulating, and there was a sense of complexity about the landscape which was not apparent at all... And yet I knew, inside of myself, that in some manner or another, this was meant for me, to give me an idea of the enormity of God's infinitude... There was nothing spectacular which set off one part of it from another, but it all had character. It all had form... I know that this was as close to a pictorial representation of God's infinitude as it was possible for me to get, and it was just absolutely, utterly, overwhelming." --Don E. Stevens
Also in this book are discussions about honesty, Meher Baba and finances, Ivy Duce and Sufism Reoriented, head and heart, Bhau Kalahari and Meher Baba's manifestation.