Also called A Series of Constructive Sketches and Interpretations.
"The Symphony of Life" blends art and religion in a wonderfully attractive way. The magic of his pen takes from a dry subject all dullness and imbues it with life. —Chicago Record-Herald
"A Series of Constructive Sketches." Described by James Allen as "Broad charity, sane philosophy, and lofty yet practical idealism, are the most prominently marked features of this work. Of the 300 beautifully printed pages, every one of them is full of ripe thought, admirably expressed. Spiritual evolution, the cause and nature of disease, and the meaning of evil, are among some of the subjects treated, and so comprehensive is the work that it constitutes an ethical and philosophical library in itself."