New Book Picks Up Where Einstein Himself Left Off

Imagining Einstein: Essays on M-Theory, World Peace & the Science of Compassion, applies Einstein’s theories to world peace, and is being released on the date of Einstein’s death in the city where he spent his final years.

Princeton, NJ, March 24, 2007 --( It is wholly unfortunate that Albert Einstein, perhaps the greatest mind to ever live, is associated with the atom bomb, war and destruction, when the root of his theories and philosophies hold the key to mending the damage and beginning the healing process.

Imagining Einstein: Essays on M-Theory, World Peace & The Science of Compassion, by Barbara With, picks up where Einstein himself left off, expanding on his theories and applying them to the science of compassion that stems from each one of us and ultimately leads to world peace.

The publication date for Imagining Einstein is April 18th, the date Einstein died. Following the book’s launch, With will head out on a nationwide tour promoting the book and its message, beginning with a book signing event and discussion on how Einstein’s theories relate to world peace at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 21, at Glen Echo Books in Princeton, NJ, and another discussion and signing at 7 p.m. on Sunday, April 21, at Bluestockings, in New York City.

Barbara With is a composer, author, performer and inspirational speaker living in Corpus Christi, Texas. She has two CDs of original music, "Innocent Future" and "Solitaire." Her other books include "Party of Twelve: The Afterlife Interviews" and "Diaries of a Psychic Sorority," coauthored with Teresa McMillian and Lily Phelps. Together with Lily and Teresa, she researched and developed Conflict Revolution, a revolutionary new way for dealing with conflict on a singular root level. Barbara is currently touring the country promoting "Imagining Einstein" as well as conducting Conflict Revolution workshops and performing her music.

Barbara With will be available for interviews in New York and New Jersey the week of April 18, 2007.

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Imagining Einstein: Essays on M-Theory, World Peace and The Science of Compassion
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