Before the terrorist acts of September 11th, many of us were content to live our own lives with little thought about the rest of the world. But now the world is on the brink of disaster and we need better answers. The situation demands a reappraisal of our lives, our values, our religions, and our philosophies. We are finding the need to explore in a more meaningful way who we are, and we are also finding that who we are to each other matters greatly. We are realizing that we cannot protect ourselves perfectly from hate and that the only way out of our present crisis is the creation of a better world, a world based on mutual understanding, inclusion, respect, and a spirit of goodwill.
Saving the World: The Spiritualization of Matter, a new book by Dr. Henry Guy, shows us that saving the world is the reason we chose to be born. Generally we don't remember that decision because we have been lulled to sleep by our material natures and sidetracked by our personal lives. Crises stir our ancient mission to life. Our mission is difficult because it must be. We are inclined to take the worst part of our lives and turn it into the best. Our defeats eventually become our triumphs.The source of our determination to make life better is the engine that drives the redemption of the whole world. Not one of us alone, but all of us together will save the world. It is an enormous project involving all the kingdoms in nature and progressing over great expanses of time. This project springs from a divine plan of which we are only beginning to see the general outline. Our challenge is to play our part in the next step in the plan. We must bring love to life so completely that the whole of humanity stands united in unshakable love. This step is the foundation for possibilities we can't even dream of today.
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For nearly three decades, Dr. Henry Guy has studied what many call the Core or Ageless Wisdom. He is a student, teacher, and board member at the School of Ageless Wisdom in Arlington, Texas, USA, where he has facilitated many classes and seminars and worked on many of the school's publications. In Saving the World, he is presenting the wisdom garnered by all the School's participants over the years.Review:
". . . a clear, well-written, intelligent approach to spirituality and redemption in the modern environment.." -- –Steve Nation, cofounder of Intuition In Service, New Zealand and former secretary of Lucis Trust, London
". . . many will find the idea of ‘redeeming the physical, emotional, and mental [matter]’ fresh and inspiring." -- Vicki Johnston, president of the Robert Muller School, Fairview
"Henry Guy has created more than a book. He has solved the baffling riddle of Spirit and matter." -- –George Addair, Ph.D., founder of the Omega Vector Seminars, Arizona
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Book Description Vox Sophia Pub, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110970835205
Book Description Vox Sophia Pub. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: New. 0970835205 New Condition. Bookseller Inventory # NEW7.1494228