If you have ever wondered why ‘You’ are here, how life came into existence or what God is and your connection to it, ‘The Book That Doesn’t Even Matter,’ may hold the answers you are looking for. These thoughts are not an accident, you wanting to know more about yourself is not a coincidence. It all has a purpose in you finding out the greatest mystery of all…who you truly are! The answers you seek are just ahead of you. It is been a long road, but you are on the right course, and the journey has just begun.
‘The Book That Doesn’t Even Matter,’ is a philosophy on the purpose of human life, and our connection with God. The book’s focal point is remembering, remembering what ‘You’ really are, and why you are here. In understanding yourself, it is best to comprehend certain facets of Consciousness, our use of Language, and our connection to the Cosmos, for truly, you are a product of your surroundings, and your surroundings extend far pass our solar system, as well as our past. The book then observes Ancient Civilizations and their achievements, and examines a history of the world’s Religions. After encouraging you to challenge our traditional thinking of history and the ‘Evolution’ of our Human species, the book then dives deeper into explaining ‘What You Are.’ In chapters titled, ‘The World of Questions,’ and ‘The World of Answers,’ it explains the make-up and uses for the ‘Physical’ and ‘Non-Physical’ realms. But with remembering what you really are, it is necessary to understand the make-up of ‘God, ‘and its intentions, and in remembering why you are here, it is important to understand how all this ties into each other, in chapters titled ‘The Game,’ and ‘Tools,’ which is a chapter covering certain energies that exist in this physical game of life. Before closing, the book reexamines a few subjects to clarify certain meanings, and addresses the ‘Changes’ to come. ‘The Book that Doesn’t Even Matter,’ encourages you to look behind the veil, and see what you really are. The focal point of the book is remembering, the purpose of the book is to remind you what you already know.
Quote Of The Moment
I know I am intelligent, because I know that i know nothing. -Marc Marcel-