Wednesday, 27 April 2016

Who are You?

For some reason, many people I’ve met seem happy deluding themselves about almost everything. They often pretend that they are what they are not. They lay claims to traits, attributes of character, even possessions, which they do not possess.  They insist on being endowed with abilities which they neither practice nor manifest. And most of all, they delude themselves that they can break Universal Laws with impunity. They even delude themselves that their egos are immortal.
What a pity.
They all have hidden talents they’d failed to discover. Real talents, in which they can excel.
We were all born for one, single, reason. The Omnipresent Amorphous Energy of Life manifests Itself through specific men or women for very specific reasons. Each one of us has a singular purpose in our life. We must discover what that purpose is and then do our very best to fulfill it. We can have more than one passion, but we can only move on to the next one if and when we’ve reach our limits in the previous one.
Anything short of that is a wasted life. The unsuccessful lives are recycled like the rest of nature. Like whole Universes between the various, restorative, Big Bangs. Traits developed in successful lives are Immortal. By definition, they cannot be destroyed.

My book DELUSIONS—Pragmatic Realism is only step one. With frequent sprinkling of humor I try to expose delusions masquerading under the guise of science and religion. The rest is up to you. Or at least, up to the Potential latent within you. Within all of us.

Some blurbs from 5 star reviews on Amazon:

Splendidly written!
Much to think about!
Intriguing and very brave!
Well deserving of a 5 star rating!
Well written and a fantastic read!
A mind-expanding philosophical joy ride!
I Love It When You Discover a Book Like This!!

And many more…

Let me know if you liked DELUSIONS, or better still, say so on Amazon,  and elsewhere…
Reviews are gratefully appreciated.
I learn from them.

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