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Conversations With God by Neale Donald Walsch
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Oct 30, 2009

it was amazing
Read in December, 2009

well this is a big claim for most ordinary folks to accept that this guy is actually having a conversation with 'god'
a very simply stated and profound book
my way of reading this book is picking random pieces and underling or 'dog earing;the parts and passages that affect me
I personally think if neale had made sure a huge claim that hes talking to god then he wouldn't have set himself up for so much criticism
I think he should have refered to some other spiritual teachers and writings and was a bit more humble in his claims
I think from a spiritual seekers point of view the mateirial is valid and an amazingly clear simple easy to understand profound book relevant to our modern era
but I'd say it is a unsettling premise this talking to 'God' for those conditioned to traditional religous beliefs , but after all Jesus was a radical in his time
if you want plain speaking insights ino the meaining of the universe and life this might appeal to you
its beauty is in its simplicity
although it would be easier to get a handle on if categorised into segments or topics instead or a rambling dialogue
a conversation to savour for modern spiritual seekers or those wondering abot 'the meaning of it all'
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