Synaptic Fireflies: Reflections on the Meaning of Life

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iUniverse, Oct 16, 2008 - Philosophy - 176 pages
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Acting upon the overwhelming desire to find more meaning in life that every individual experiences at some point, Baha'i sculptor of stone and tradesperson James A. McKee realized that life is a journey of the soul that is contingent upon love, not the body. He feels that there is no such thing as being complete, and if one isn't growing and improving, one is quickly falling behind.

Having spent a great deal of time searching for the greater purpose in life, McKee presents profound, refreshing reflections, values, and maxims on the human condition. Wanting to inspire true contemplation, the content is unencumbered by any antiquated hierarchical constraints or inherited biases common to standard belief systems. It is intentionally presented in a freeform manner, devoid of any constrictive narrative.

Synaptic Fireflies: Reflections on the Meaning of Life is the result of McKee's intensive efforts to seek deeper value in life. It is a collection of his own aphorisms and insights concerning the human condition to inspire introspective reflection upon one's own life. He invites everyone to examine his or her conscience, the best tool humans have to find substance in life and refrain from selfish pursuits.


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