|“There Is No Death: Letters from Katharine Ludlow 1926-1935? is a not for profit book published to raise funds for Tara Projects, a group which runs community schools in New Delhi’s slums and campaigns against child labour.
Katharine Ludlow was a medium who had the gift of “automatic handwriting”. These letters are messages to her, written by her at top speed and without conscious thought, from an Oxford rector who lived in the early 1800s, and from her father after he died in 1933. Whether you believe that the life of the spirit continues after death or not, the letters contain many spiritual insights which are as relevant today as when they were written. Edited by Jeremy Piercy, Katharine’s grandson and founder of Shared Earth, they are a fascinating insight into life after death, and more important, how to live a better life on earth.