“I find myself fired by the wonders that science is revealing, as well as being deeply inspired by the wisdom of the spiritual traditions of the human family. Holding the empirical evidence of science and the intuited wisdom of spirituality together in one mind and heart isn’t always easy, and yet I feel that this challenge points to a necessary paradox, a creative tension which we must embrace, if we are to evolve further into the great adventure of becoming fully human . . . Roots and Wings is a kind of ‘toe-print’ into the waters where science meets spirituality and mind makes room for heart. It’s my own toe-print, and it reflects and explores some of the big questions …”
— Margaret Silf, from the prologue
Margaret Silf is one of Great Britain’s most popular and successful spirituality writers.