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Life is difficult. There are moments of joy, of course, but there are also times you probably wish you didn't have to get up in the morning. Once you know the purpose of life, however, the difficulties are easier to take––especially when you come to realize there’s an idyllic place, your true home, that is possible to reach at the end of your journey.
In some ways, because of modern medicine, conveniences and labor-saving devices, life in the past hundred years or so has not been as hard as it was for our ancestors. But let's face it. With wars and natural disasters, recessions, depressions and high unemployment, modern life hasn’t been all that easy, either. Plus there is something in the last hundred years that has made life's difficulties harder to take than they were before. An intelligent person had to suffer cognitive dissonance to believe there’s a reason or purpose behind it all.
Why? Science told us life on earth was an accident. But, as you will see when you read this book, science was wrong.
The author hosted a radio show on the Internet’s WebTalkRadio.net called The Truth About Life during 2007-2009 for which he interviewed hundreds of experts, including medical doctors, parapsychologists, metaphysicians, quantum physicists, theologians, near death survivors, psychiatrists, psychologists, and researchers into the true nature of reality. This book brings together their experiences and the findings of their research, some of it spanning more than 50 years and hardly any of it ever reported on by the mainstream media, and arranges it in a way that snaps a new worldview into focus.
The old worldview held by many today is that the universe is made of separate parts, that humans are robot-like creatures with computer-like brains that create consciousness. If so, when a person dies and the brain stops working, it's lights out––fini. The new worldview is that everything in the universe is connected and that mind and consciousness are primordial. The implications of this are enormous, perhaps the most important of which is that consciousness doesn't, indeed cannot, die.
This book lays out powerful evidence supporting the new worldview and shows how our lives make sense once the pieces of the puzzle are in place.
Read it and we think you will agree. And life's difficulties we be easier to take because you will also know the way to reach that idyllic place.