Realisation

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Xlibris Corporation, Oct 14, 2010 - Philosophy - 153 pages
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One day, in the very distant future you will embark on a journey of such transition, that you have absolutely no idea what to really expect. You will undergo a complete transformation; you will have to leave this place, shed this body, bid farewell to life as you know it, and go somewhere you are not familiar with. Has that thought ever frightened you? You will have to leave behind everything that you love and everyone you adore, possibly forever! There wont be any occupation to keep you busy out there, because you dont need to earn a living to feed, clothe and shelter the body which you have left behind. You will no longer have the eyes to appreciate a beautiful sunset, the nose to smell the fragrance of a flower or the tongue to taste all the foods you once enjoyed. Have these thought ever entered your mind? Are you prepared for what is inevitable, or do you not believe in an afterlife so it is something that does not require any preparation?
 

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Contents

Introduction
15
Chapter 1
31
Chapter 2
47
Chapter 3
63
Chapter 4
71
Chapter 5
83
Chapter 6
95
Chapter 7
111
Chapter 8
119
Chapter 9
131
Chapter 10
139
Bibliography
151
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I am a 38 year old of Indian origin, born and raised in Britain. I was born into a Hindu family and was brought up with liberal minded parents who were devoted to our religion and brought me up to have a firm faith in god. Having been brought up in this country I inevitably learnt a lot about Christianity and developed a love & respect for Jesus at an early age, but more importantly it gave me a good introduction to a multi-religious lifestyle.

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