By John G. Bennett
3 lady met unintentionally and shape a partnership that would eventually swap each one in their lives in seperate and targeted methods.
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I had heard that smoking hashish would produce a state in which the passage of time seems to cease. I knew there were many hashish addicts in Turkey, and isoon found someone who undertook to show me how the drug is taken. I found the first taste of hashish both unpleasant and alarming. It burned my throat, which grew more and more constricted until I began to suffocate. Suddenly, a release came and I had the sense of floating in the air. I was filled with an upsurge of freedom and well-being which lasted for some time.
There was along silence.
Mrs. Beaumont met him and was so touched by his humility and patience, that she proposed to let him have a small spare room in her flat. He admitted that the lack of privacy at the Mayak was distressing and agreed to come, providing he was allowed to do his own house-work and was not disturbed in his hours of meditation. We were glad to welcome him, though neither of us was much at home. She was then working hard as a teacher of English in the Turkish girls' school of Bezm-i-Alem, of which her great friend, Sabiha was Headmistress.
Witness: The Story of a Search (Bennett Books Spiritual Classic.) by John G. Bennett