No Time for Heaven: Finding Life's Purpose: Finding Life's Purpose
Heaven is too abstract to effectively compete with the daily demand of life. We have therefore learned to qualify our integrity by the power, money and fame we accrue. Being a success and fulfilling our purpose are, however, two distinct journeys. One cannot help but affect the other. Hitler for example, was incredibly powerful, but his demeanor was more demonic then angelic. Alternatively, Benjamin Franklin's wealth fulfilled a multitude of philanthropic needs. Religious influences will frequently dominate the direction of one's purpose in life. Although this is not a religious book, it will examine a variety of insightful spiritual ideas. That knowledge will then facilitate recognition of your purpose in life.
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