Hermann Hesse was a German-Swiss Poet famous for transforming the world with novels such as Damian and Siddhartha. He imparted his wisdom, and made his mental and spiritual evolution available to people through the art of story telling. He was able to do so with such skill that he was awarded The Nobel Prize for his writing in 1946.
Three life skills he found valuable enough to center a novel around are the skills of thinking, waiting, and fasting. At first glance they seem simple, however mastering them can be quite a challenge. Accepting that challenge can have a supercharging effect on your life. Here is how these skills can be developed and utilized: Continue reading