Trenton, NJ (PRWEB) September 16, 2013
At what point do personal determination and motivation stop and a second, spiritual force take over? Eugene Papp tells his story of fleeing the Hungarian Revolution and starting a spiritual life in the U.S. in his new book, The Forgotten Contract.
When Eugene Papp departed for school, he left his parents in a dire situation. In duress, Papp requested the help of a powerful source for their safety and success on the farm. Years later, Papp moved further, when he was forced to flee Hungary after the 1956 revolution.
“I turned to the spirit world for help for the health of my father,” says Papp, who landed in the midst of a successful chemistry career. “Years later, I realized not only that I hadn’t recognized the fulfillment of my request but also hadn’t made it correctly in the first place.”
In the book, Papp details how the spirits prompted him to change his life and become an appreciative, spiritual person. He also helps readers identify how they can enhance their spiritual lives.
“Whether it’s analytical chemistry or spiritual health, humans should endeavor to always advance in knowledge,” Papp says. “Our reality is interwoven with the spiritual world, which makes it essential to understand and appreciate the spirits’ presences in our lives.”
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The Forgotten Contract
By Eugene Papp
Available in softcover, hardcover, eBook
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and WestBow
About the Author
Eugene Papp was born in Hungary in 1933. He immigrated to the U.S. in January of 1957. A retired research chemist, Papp worked 4 years in the flavor and perfume industry and 39 years in the pharmaceutical industry. He resides in East Windsor, New Jersey.