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We Are Gods John M. Debar

We Are Gods

John M. Debar

Published January 14th 2012
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Kindle Edition
44 pages
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We Are Gods is a simple and powerful observation of existence and God. Influenced by String Theory, Fractal Geometry, Astronomy, Christianity, Darwinism, and Zen Buddhism, the author uses a simple view from all of these subjects and fits themMoreWe Are Gods is a simple and powerful observation of existence and God. Influenced by String Theory, Fractal Geometry, Astronomy, Christianity, Darwinism, and Zen Buddhism, the author uses a simple view from all of these subjects and fits them together under one common meaning.From the AuthorWe are Gods by John M. DebarThe message in We are Gods is more important than the monetary gain that may or may not come from the book. I wrote it in a short format to assure that more people would be willing to take the time to read the important message contained within the pages and to lessen the cost of the books production.This book is not a religious book. Though there are references to the Christian Bible and Buddhism, there are also references to evolution, string theory, and fractal geometry.Those who are less likely to read this book are those who are close-minded. Therefore, if you are one of those who shun the mere idea of my book, I urge you to understand this:Wisdom comes from an open mind that accepts everything as a possible truth, because if it has been presented (whatever it may be), then the truth of its being is already here.Though it is not an impressively large volume, We are Gods is based on my 30-year quest in finding the truth about existence and God. Please keep a few things in mind if you are not accustomed to reading such crazy works:1) All is relative to the observer and the presenter from their point of view, which has been shaped by their knowledge and life experiences.2) The truth can only be found by an individuals own endeavors--trust me on this one.3) People who look for such things become a little loopy over time. Subjects, such as existence, are mind-bending--side effects occur and they are incurable. -)