Befriend the Unknown
We live in a world where Mother Nature does not disclose her secrets readily, and man's drive to comprehend and control the unseen forces is one of the great themes of human history. Where did we come from? What is our purpose? In Befriend the Unknown, author Ken Foo investigates a number of provocative and inspiring thoughts, ideas, phenomena, and entities from the beguiling realm of the unknown.
Gathering research from the beliefs of reputable sages and great thinkers of all eras, Foo discusses a wide range of subjects that reflect unknown forces, such as Atlantis and riddles of the past, destiny, karma, mysticism, war and peace, the many faces of religion, the beauty of nature, reincarnation, free will, dharma, and more. Befriend the Unknown seeks to quench our thirst for answers to the unknown.
Learn to come to grips that it is nature's law that your present stay here is only temporary but likely to return again as another person or else there will be no such words as "soul," "karma" or "reincarnation." This is the basis of duality – the combination of the physical and spiritual self.
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