Welcome to Souljourns, and to something new.
What you’re about to see is the beginning of a new series of occasional stories by retired physicist Al Drucker. After living with Sai Baba for many years in India, Al has been compiling stories related to his spiritual growth and to his amazing association to Sai Baba.
These newly updated stories will compliment the many video interviews with Drucker Souljourns has previously recorded and posted to the internet.
In 2015, Al Drucker turned 88. As a child he came to America with his family, fleeing Nazi Germany. As an adult he worked as a physicist, and became a specialist in air-to-air and intercontinental missile guidance systems. He later became an expert in America’s ballistic missile programs.
Eventually Al was led to rethink his working role in society, after which he shifted his focus to more humanitarian pursuits. And to Sai Baba.
It was during Al’s spiritual immersion of the past 40 years that he made over 25 trips to be with Sai Baba in India. Eventually he stayed in India for 9 years in pursuit of spiritual awareness. All the while he was given remarkable access to Sai Baba, he taught at Sai Baba’s ashram, had countless interviews with Baba, spoke publicly at Baba’s command and he had many personal experiences through Sai Baba.
While living at Sai Baba’s ashram, Al also reverted to some of his earlier interests by teaching classes and lecturing on astrophysics and aerospace topics at Sai Baba’s university as a visiting professor.
The cornerstone of Drucker’s adult life, has been in seeing how everything in life is intended to help point one in the direction of discovering the Atma, our true Self, to awaken to our one and true identity.
With Al Drucker’s permission, Souljourns begins this new series, what Al Drucker calls his opus, one of his most important works. It is a new account written just this year called, A Theory of Everything, (Or Nothing). Due to its length, we present it here in 3 parts, beginning with part 1. And, we also present the full text of this story, also in 3 parts, posted on our website, here.
Love All ~ Serve All
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