A Course In Miracles is considered by many philosophers and psychologists to be the most important trans-personal psychological work of this past century and perhaps the millennium. It was scribed by Drs. Helen Schucman and William Thetford, professors at Columbia University beginning in October 1965, taking eleven years from initial scribing to the first official printed copies.
Never Forget To Laugh presents a timeless look at Bill’s extraordinary life and his crucial part in the scribing of the Course. But more importantly, it provides everyone with a path to trusting in one's own Presence, with guaranteed life-changing results, by following his life unfoldment from the extraordinarily difficult early years through the triumphant closure of his life. In addition, this work contains the most comprehensive coverage available about the “back story” of the Course scribing, based on the direct input from those involved from the outset. Finally, much helpful material is included about how to practice these life-altering processes.