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The Light: A Modern-Day Journey for Peace
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New Novel on the Near Death Experience, Religion and Spirituality

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Judith Lambert (httpwwwgoodreadscomjtlambert) | 1 comments The Light: A Modern-Day Journey for Peace is a Gold Medalist in the International Body, Mind, Spirit, Book Award Contest and won Bronze in the IPPY’S for 2017! Currently on Goodreads Giveaway from May 12 to June 12, 2017. KINDLE Countdown begins May 22, 2017.

(I believe this book will be of interest to those studying, A Course in Miracles)

While many have heard of the Near Death Experience this book is different as it searches for the common thread between us, in this world. This is not a book on the afterlife or what happens on the other side. Discovering a global context for the Near Death Experience is exciting and being the author I want to spread the word about another way we can view this phenomena.

Is a global spirituality possible? Maybe. This is a ground-breaking novel on the Near Death Experience that unveils the roots to a global spirituality.

A Modern-Day Journey for Peace moves us to consider if the Light of the Near Death Experience isn’t actually the bedrock of religion and the springboard for a universal connection. This modern-day story melds the varieties of religious experience into a visual whole. The essence of God becomes globally and tangibly defined. This story uncovers our prevailing spiritual unity despite our world’s seemingly different beliefs. Ultimately, there is a powerful spiritual bond we have with one another. Gods and the names for God have changed in every era, yet one dynamic remains constant—the Light.

Religion’s Common Denominator? . . .The Light
God does not have a religion.
God does not speak a language.
God does not have a culture.
It is we who require these things.

*Please note: Books do not come with award stickers at this time.

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G J B | 3 comments Thanks Judith, I'll check it out!

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