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Conversations with God, Book 1 Guidebook: An Uncommon Dialogue Paperback – July 1, 1997
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Neale Donald Walsch is the author of more than twenty-five books and the founder of the Conversations with God Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to inspiring the world to help itself move from violence to peace, from confusion to clarity, and from anger to love.
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The first section is a bit slow going... but... if you stick with it, you will be so pleased. I wish I had read this book 20 years ago. I give it to everyone I know. I bought 3 copies. One to keep, One as a gift & One as a lender to anyone open to a wonderfully new and fresh perspective. Put your preconceived notions aside. This is one of the BEST books I have ever read.
It is an uncommon dialogue the author has with God but just may be what is needed at times in life when it seems there is no answer when the opposite is true.
The ending is very well worded and lets you know God is always with you. I recommend this book to anyone.
What I think is that Neale meditated on questions that he'd love to ask God, then after days of thought and relaxation, wrote down what he imagined God might have said.
Perhaps he was influenced by dreams. I know that God has spoken to me in dreams. One time, I dreamt that I was dreaming, and in the inner dream, I met God (he was the engineer of a multicolor train getting ready to give people tours and rides during a city park celebration), and he had all these wonderful things to say to me, but when I woke up in the outer dream, I said to the people in the multi-ethnic multi-religion commune where they were letting me stay, "I just had the most wonderful dream. I dreamt that I met God and that he had all these wonderful things to say to me, but now I can't remember a single thing he said." A voice came to me in the outer dream, "Maybe you can't remember them now because what He said was for you, and not for other people.
So, I can easily believe that God inspired this book, just like I believe God inspired many other books, including some of my favorite fiction that was written by an agnostic.
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