Short excerpts provided in ?50 Spiritual Appetizers? are mere glimpses of the teachings of the Masters both East and West but can have a powerful impact if the mood is receptive. These can also serve as an introduction to a spiritual teacher you may not have known or heard of. For those whose interest is aroused, links are provided for a detailed study. Short bios of the teachers are also provided again with links for more information. The book is divided into 13 sections devoted to topics like bhakti (devotion), awareness, happiness, peace, death, survival, evil, corruption, suffering, God, divine, guru, mother, internal, external, desire, thought, love, compassion, mind, ego, manifestation, body and science. Each section has an intro which gives an inkling of what is to come. The headlines of the excerpts themselves serve as quotable quotes like, ?The invisible is more significant than what is visible,? ?Real success lies in making others happy,? ?Happiness is determined by our capacity to love,? You are what you are looking for? and ?Home is not a place, thing or person ? it is rest.? At a time when people are running to doctors and psychologists, try these gems for peace and happiness.