Bob Holcomb grew up in California, but now lives in Concord, Massachusetts—the place where Ralph Waldo Emerson, the father of the transcendental movement, and Henry David Thoreau, famous for his book, Walden, pondered the nature of the human spirit. In his work as a Christian Science practitioner and teacher, Bob deeply explores the spiritual nature of reality and proves its relevance in many different venues.
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