Soon You Will Understand... The Meaning of Life

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iUniverse, Dec 10, 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 111 pages
Since the dawn of humanity, art, religion and philosophy have tried to find the roadmap describing the journey of life:

• Why are we born? • What are we supposed to do here? • What patterns make this lifetime make sense?

Can one little essay provide a template, a simple-to-comprehend, generic overview of what they’ve all tried to explain?

William Blank is an ordained rabbi and a certified hypnotherapist, who earns his living as a technical writer. He brings the technical writer’s clarity and brevity to the spiritual quest in which he has traveled deeply.

He lives in Sacramento, California with his wife; they have three daughters.

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So late one night the other day, I couldn't sleep; so at 3:00 AM I figured I'd ask the oracle Google "What is there meaning of life?" and there it was. This little essay. Wonderful!! Answered so many questions. Showed me what was obvious and what was hidden. I loved it. Was even able to get back to sleep quick enough.
So you should buy this book. Definitely, you should buy this book.
-Magnolia Beltrane

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The author of this little essay takes us on a journey of understanding the soul without pretentious anecdotes nor long winded tales. This book puts the reader in touch with their inner self in a manner that very few books are able to accomplish. It is precise, articulate, and charming. It provides a template for all human experience, condensed into a few dozen archetypal experiences that each person manifests in their own unique way. I highly recommend this treatise on "the meaning of life."  


You Will LandHere
You Will Have Tasks
You Will Work to Survive
You Will Have Experiences
You Will
You Will Have a Body Emotions Thoughts and a Soul
You Will Have Challenges
You Will Decide
You Will Grow
YouWill Mature
You Will Have Guides
You Will Communicate

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