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We are living in a time in the history of man where he has seemingly unlimited freedom of thought, unfortunately, not completely throughout the world. Our knowledge increases to new heights daily that we could have only dreamed about, even in our recent memory, but our hearts seem to lay dormant and silent.

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Author: Max Clark
ISBN: 978-0-9944575-0-9
Paperback; 210x148mm; 60 pages

In truth there is not, and never will be, a conclusion.

As we have discussed, we are all a part of the eternal universe. Quite contrary to the thoughts of ignorant people, we need not look far for ignorance as it can be found on every street corner.

We are living in a time in the history of man where he has seemingly unlimited freedom of thought, unfortunately, not completely throughout the world. Our knowledge increases to new heights daily that we could have only dreamed about, even in our recent memory, but our hearts seem to lay dormant and silent.

I’ve shared with you in truth some of my life experiences, thoughts and conclusions based upon these experiences, and we have only scratched the surface. Indeed for some, this life is never boring, and every day brings on new challenges and new people to interface with – to ultimately share some of our life experiences.

I hope that in this short read that I may help you in life’s sojourn. The answers that I have given you may not be yours, but I do hope that I have provoked some thought to question the well established religions and to challenge the so called status quo. Indeed we have covered a lot of ground in a short time. One thing that you cannot argue with though, it all boils down to one thing: it is just the question of life’s perception!

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