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Conversations with God, an Uncommon Dialogue: Living in the World with Honesty, Courage, and Love (New)
by Walsch, Neale Donald
Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing
Binding: Hardcover with dust jacket
Book ID: 9781571745705, 157174570X
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Jesus did it. Mohammed did it. The Jewish prophets did it. They all spoke directly with God. But none of them spoke to God with the sardonic wit, irony, and raw verve of Neale Donald Walsch. But Walsch is no prophet, and neither is he a new messiah of a new religion. It all began when Walsch, simply a frustrated man, sat down one day with a pen in his hand and some tough questions in his heart. As he wrote his questions to God, he realized God was answering him -- directly-- through the pen in his hand. The result was Conversations with God, An Uncommon Dialogue.
Matter-of-fact, in-your-face wisdom for readers on how to live day to day while remaining true to themselves and their spiritualities. In this expanded edition with new material, Walsch records his discussions with God about time, space, politics -- and even kinky sex. It is a contemporary discussion that honestly -- and often humorously -- explores life's critical issues and offers suggestions about how the reader's world can become a much better place when one's mind is open to having personal conversations with God. The book includes a new introduction, and Walsch has divided the text into three sections, each one prefaced with new, original commentary as he looks back over twelve-plus years of his deeper, more active relationship with God. The words of God are printed in blue.
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