Us! God's Misled Children

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Trafford Publishing, 2007 - Religion - 96 pages
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"Stop the world, I want to get off!" If this is not your state of mind after keeping abreast of the deteriorating state of world affairs, then you simply have not been keeping abreast of world affairs! Obviously, you've been either so preoccupied with "stuff", so glued to the fantasy world of TV soaps, so mesmerized by the sound emanating from your CD or iPod, or numbed by the chit-chat on your cell phone, that you haven't realized that the world is closing in on you. It's understandable. Given your choices of exhilaration or depression - it's a "no-brainer".

This is the scenario, in ever increasing complexity and escalating urgency, that has dogged my footsteps for at least the last sixty years. It was my search for a path to world peace and tranquility that, on February 19, 2002, led me to the top of a lonely and secluded mountain range and an encounter that provided me with the answers that I sought. Lest you be discouraged from going forward, fearing that I am some kind of a nut, let me assure you that I am just an average elderly married man, father of three adult children, retired entrepreneur and military, and more concerned with the future for my children and grandchildren than I am for my wife and myself.

You may find that the conclusions I have drawn from that 2002 encounter rather difficult to accept- out of the ordinary - even "off the wall". Well, so be it! The ordinary isn't working so it's time for the world to take a different tact. If civilization is to survive until the end of this century, the changes I have proposed will evolve eventually anyhow. Let's save thousands of lives and untold agony and start the transition now.

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About the author (2007)

Neil David, Sr. is an accomplished painter, lithographer, artist, and carver of Kachina dolls. He and his family are active in his and his ancestors' home of First Mesa on the Hopi Reservation in Arizona.

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