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Colette autobiographical in nature, and a fascinating mix between academic nature of the brain and the spiritual nature of our souls
Allen Meece It's a blend of "non-fiction" and "spirituality." Eban has backed-off on calling it scientific proof of heaven, even though the title is a little flamboyant. He admits the existence of another dimension too hard to describe from the vocabulary available to human brains. It's genre is "spirituality." I consider it to be convincing of extra-dimensional realms of existence. Quantum physics scientists are coming around to that manner of thinking nowadays.