A thought-provoking book that delves into the age old question "Why Am I Here?" and comes up with a simple but satisfying answer, based on the author's lifelong research of psychology, quantum physics, metaphysics, astrology, and The Bible.
A stack of compiled thoughts from Freedom From Rain’s founder and creator, Dorsen V. Gorfote. The, "questions without answers", we'll be focusing on the majority of life.
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A chance encounter with a charming stranger leads Colin to one of the most interesting conversations he's ever had. Michael is no ordinary stranger on Colin's train ride to Seattle. And while the two delve into topics like the meaning of life, Colin begins to unravel Michael's mysterious past. There's more to Michael. There's something different... something more than human.
Fern Annabelle Hinse's scientific memoir charts her odyssey of study through mathematics, science and psychology after a near-fatal car crash that shattered her psyche and her body. What she has discovered is a formula for living that both heals and inspires.
We prefer some flavours of Neapolitan ice cream to others but at the end of the day, they all look to cool and sweeten our tongues. Flavours are just personal preference. We accept this and would certainly not harm others because of it! Why can we not apply this attitude to religion? This book therefore looks to spread understanding and peace through religious coexistence and understanding.
These views from a transplant from civilization, if read by native Montanans, will either bore them to tears or cause hysterical laughter. It’s all normal and routine to them. But to other transplants and foreigners, there may be some small amusement. Montana is a magical and gorgeous place. I think only a foreigner can recognize that with true depth. We have lived so long outside of paradise.