Point • Line • Plane • Eternity : The journey from alone to finally home
"Once there was as boy who lived on a point..." Thus begins a modern allegory that challenges our typical self-centered existence. Indeed, some people live on a point. It’s all about them. Some live on a line. They may actually care about the people they meet, but they never really leave their comfort zone. Most people live on a plane. They do their best in a flat, two-dimensional world, but deny what they know in their heart: “There’s more to this life than this life.” Point/Line/Plane/Eternity empowers readers to live with joy and purpose — still part of the finite world — while anticipating your forever home in heaven. In one sitting, you’ll finally understand what it means to be living on the threshold of eternity.
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