Thanks for joining me – Siddha Spirituality For Health! The journey begins…!
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter – Izaak Walton
About Izaak Walton
However, 9th August 1593 – the date of birth of Izaak Walton is based on a misinterpretation of his will, which he began on 9 August 1683. The first edition of his book The Compleat Angler was published in 1653. His second wife died in 1662, and was buried in Worcester Cathedral, where there is a monument to her memory. One of his daughters married Dr Hawkins, a prebendary of Winchester.
The last forty years of his life were spent visiting eminent clergymen and others who enjoyed fishing, compiling the biographies of people he liked, and collecting information for the Compleat Angler. After 1662 he found a home at Farnham Castle with George Morley, Bishop of Winchester, to whom he dedicated his Life of George Herbert and his biography of Richard Hooker. He sometimes visited Charles Cotton in his fishing house on the Dove. Walton died in his daughter’s house at Winchester on 15 December 1683 and was buried in Winchester Cathedral.
About our journey
Now on we are together forever. Our journey, which will be quite longer and during which we would be discussing bout the problems regarding health, peace, and progress, and also try to solve them free, withot money, one-by-one.