Inferno: An Novel
Gerrit, a proud handsome Dutch fifty-five-year-old, who has made something of himself, meets the twenty-five-year-old Italian doctor Beato, who manages to cause his whole carefully constructed façade to come tumbling down. Inferno tells the story of how inner balance can destroy evil.
Good cannot combat evil with evil
because it only has goodness to
Evil can only be evil as long as it
does not experience any goodness within itself.
Should goodness happen to enter in somehow,
then darkness will begin to love the light
and thereby learn to recognize itself.
About the Author
Mieke Mosmuller (b.1951) was a student at the Barlaeus Gymnasium in Amsterdam before studying medicine at the University of Amsterdam. She practiced as a medical doctor for more than twenty-five years and opened an apothecary in Sittard. Working with illness and Death raised questions in her about the nature of life. Since 1994, she has been writing about the spiritualization of intelligence and on other themes related to Rudolf Steiner and Anthroposophy. Her first book, Seek the Light that Rises in the West, lays the philosophical foundation for her later novels and books on spirituality. She has published more than fifty books, some translated into German, English, Danish, and French. She lectures and leads workshops in throughout Europe.
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