We all search for answers to the questions of who and what we are. The answer to that, is this: Who we are, is who we are to each other. If you truly understand this, feel it, and act on it, then you don't need to read this book, or any other. You may continue living your life, forever. For those of you who are still curious about exactly how one may arrive at this conclusion, you may continue reading…

This book is an exercise of the mind. It is focused less upon teaching the reader new facts, rather the focus is on reinterpreting the information that is already known or otherwise available to each of us. Information is not confined to linear or traditional methods of interpretation. This book attempts to demonstrate that all information is multi layered and multi contextual in nature. If we can provide an alternate, yet additional context with which to analyze all information that we come into contact with, the brains ability to process information and powers of extrapolation can double without increasing its workload. Although spirituality is discussed and expresses to some degree, this is not a religious book. Although I do believe in a divine Creator, I do not believe in religion.  Religion is the belief in someone else’s Divine experience. Spirituality is to experience the Divine yourself. The spiritual aspects of this book are designed to enlighten the reader by presenting certain scientific evidence of a divine being, and a divine master plan. It is imperative that the individual and society as a whole begins to believe in and seek out this Creator and learn how to interact before this Creator stops believing in and seeking us out. It is also important that we learn as much about this master plan as we can, and begin to work together to co-create, rather than continuing the age-old traditions of isolation, and procreation. Of all the things that I know, and all of the things that I suspect, I know this one thing to be true more than everything else: Time is one of the most expensive gifts ever bestowed upon us. For it is a piece of our very Creator, sacrificed that we may grow and heal within it.

I have written down these thoughts and dedicated this book to my friends. When we sit and chat, it seems the conversation seems to constantly be directed back to these concepts which I find very important. I also notice this conversation never seems to end, and it’s hard to keep track of where we have left off with each different friend and family member. So here is a coherent presentation of many of these thoughts and ideas that my friends may pick this up and put it down in their spare time. Going forward, when we get together and spend some time, let us communicate perhaps more easily and enjoy the more subtle things of life and simple conversation.

I sincerely hope you enjoy reading this as much as I enjoyed putting it down. May you find not the answers you seek within these pages, but the correct questions that will guide your journey safely across this moment in time we call life.

To be true,

religion and philosophy must offer the solution of every problem. That the world is in such a bad condition morally is a conclusive evidence that none of its religions and philosophies, those of the civilized races less than any other, have ever possessed the truth. The right and logical explanations on the subject of the problems of the great dual principles—right and wrong, good and evil, liberty and despotism, pain and pleasure, egotism and altruism—are as impossible to them now as they were 1881 years ago. They are as far from the solution as they ever were but,—To these there must be somewhere a consistent solution, and if our doctrines will show their competence to offer it, then the world will be the first one to confess that must be the true philosophy, the true religion, the true light, which gives truth and nothing but the truth.

as stated by the Maha-Chohan, 1881 letter

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