Have you ever had a deeply personal question answered by a phrase in a song or a book? Did it seem like, Wow! Who could know enough to plan it so you "just happened" to read that phrase or hear those words?
Answers come from many unconventional sources. The Newspaper, a painting, a fortune cookie. it is automatic. Like a natural law, knowledge flows in all directions. Only the open, inquisitive mind
intercepts those answers pertaining to her or his questions.
This book is different in the way it can be used. There are no page numbers. The idea is, open it whenever you feel the need, to see what message you receive.
There is a single statement on each page, ranging from a sentence to a paragraph. Each thought has come to me at different times when I have questioned situations. The statements you read are the answers I have received. Realizing these thoughts has helped me overcome many hurdles in my life, helping me to learn more about the unending mysteries of this wondrous Universe.
This book doesn't pretend to have all the answers. It may answer a question or a problem you
have. If one of the messages doesn't make sense to you, maybe you're getting the answer before the question has been asked. It could be that the answer doesn't pertain to you at all.
If one works at having an open, fair way of thinking, a stronger command of one's life and surroundings is possible. I am hoping this book will give you things to think about, giving you a clearer
understanding of why things happen the way they do.
Since this book is an ebook, I have to create a way for the reader to pick a statement in a random way, similar to opening a physical book to a random page. Along the bottom of the picture of the sky, you will see page one, page, page, page and so on. Page one is this page, all of the following pages have no numbers on them and have the statements on them. If you want to come back to page one click on the statement itself. Or click on the Page one underneath the blue sky picture. Make a random choice to see what you get.
The back of the book says, One evening while browsing through the Public Library, the author came upon a book on Buddhism. Understanding knowledge is non-linear and moves in all directions, he opened the book to a random page.
What it said, he was to discover years later, is probably the most important statement he could have read.
He belives it to be essential to anyone wanting to learn, while practicing the act of self-analysis.
That statement is, "Become egoless"
I have started a blog, and it could be a continuation of this book because I explain how I arrive at some of those conclusions. Plus I explain how to be positive and get what you want. Also Free.
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