Book: Genesis and Janus (The Consequences Trilogy) by Yosef Albriccategories: Book, Self Help, Relationships, Garden of Eden, Separation, Creation Myths, Neurophysiology, Spirituality
Yosef Albricabout this book: Mankind was placed on earth for a purpose. Individuals too, have an individual purpose, and a part to play in the Collective Purpose of mankind. Man is dimly aware of this, and generally ignores this, preferring to achieve material, emotional and intellectual goals. We generally separate from our purpose, and from the path towards its fulfilment. We blame our daily troubles on incidental problems such as lack of money, bad luck, or other's not understanding us, instead of recognising our separation from our essential self, and our goal. Our birth, our development in our society, and our acquisition of societal beliefs further separates us from the straight path to this true purpose.
Fortunately for man, there is in each of us a spark of connectedness with our ultimate evolution and goal. Besides real teachers who have returned to guide true students on in life, there are also people who are in various levels of advancement in studentship, who can egg on the less fortunate, and guide them back to proper signposts towards connectedness with this purpose. The spark of connectedness (goodness, or Divinity) is natural attracted to its own kind our ultimate goal. This spark fires us to move in the first place, to evolve.
Foreword to Genesis and Janus by ARVID LINDE
MBBS, FRANZCP, Certificate of Child Psychiatry (RANZCP)
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