In an account that is rich with description and illuminating storytelling, Feroze Dada tells the tale of his life as he travels around the world meeting and learning from various amazing encounters. His account begins at Mother Mary’s House in Ephesus, and continues via beautiful locations like Assisi, the Giza Pyramids and an orphanage he has been running in Myanmar/Burma. The author was born a Muslim and his main teacher is a Sufi, but the book also finds room for plentiful stories and parables from many traditions, some the reader will be familiar with. It makes for an enjoyable odyssey that rattles along quickly and without any effort. It concludes with the Covid lockdown and the author reflecting on how this feels like a fresh start for him and for humanity. It’s very enjoyable.
208pp, 197 x 130 mm, Paperback, 2022, RRP £12.00