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The Irreducible Primary: A Dialogue on Nature, Spirituality, and the Human Condition

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An active cognizance of our influence on the big-picture flow of creation, in which we all participate, is the responsibility of every human being. It is only through this effort that we can understand those spiritual competencies that are most relevant to the critical cause-and-effect interactions that have the most sway over our existence.

So too is it incumbent on human
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Published October 10th 2017 by FriesenPress
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Aug 11, 2018 rated it liked it
Many of my own thoughts and feelings regarding spirituality align with Rob Taylor's (I believe in Oneness and Connectedness of Life), so I found in this book much wisdom and eloquence. I certainly appreciated the broader outlook, the bigger picture of the division and damage we as humans inflict upon ourselves, each other and life on the planet as a whole. However, on the other hand, whilst much more gentle and inclusive than organised religion, I still found the presentation of information in t ...more
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Dec 03, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This book is really well-written and was a good read I really enjoyed this new perspective on human life. This book is so well thought out and put together. It was a really good read.
This is as the description says an unapologetic examination of spirituality, nature, and the current state of human interaction. But I find it is so much more than that. And what impressed me most is that the author did not feel the need to quote scripture to make a point. I am religious but I do not feel the need t
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Nov 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Before the release of The Irreducible Primary, I had the opportunity to preview the book. I take endorsements seriously, and based on that reading, I agreed to write the foreword. I realized the value of the book’s message and the sincerity of the author. Having read many books on spirituality and theology, and I will admit that The Irreducible Primary radically impacted my perspective on the spiritual life more than any other. The book inspires multiple readings, whether you steep yourself in t ...more
Nov 02, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I give The Irreducible Primary a rating of five stars as it has been a long time since a work has led me to look at my inner life and primed a desire to make a change. It called me to examine the energy I draw into myself as well as the energy I wish to put out into the world. At a time when one can become frustrated with the direction they see our political and religious institutions moving in, Rob Taylor gives us hope that if we do our own inner work, we can make a difference. I recommend thi ...more
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Rob Taylor is a California native, now living in Toronto, He has been spiritually active over fifty years and has participated in and examined nearly every major religion and spiritual methodology.

Rob's writings reflect his life experiences, observations, and inner evolution. He shares them as a modern perspective on spirituality and human behavior that draws on his years of spiritual study.

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“The purpose of our existence is not to kill each other. Neither is it to encourage or manipulate circumstances that would result in such acts.” 0 likes
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