The Forever Dimension

The Forever Dimension

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The Forever Dimension - A fictitious look at a true possibility Earthly life is the physical dimension of our existence. Existence after this physical life cannot be physical as our fleshly body is left to burn or decay and finally go back to earth. The remaining atoms exist as long as the universe exists, but in physical form. There is a continued physical life in the form of our genes that are passed on through generations, for those who choose to do so. The physical life and mental perception of life is dimensional and is often described as one, two, and three, four and even fifth dimension which all have to do with physical objects and time. These are based upon living organisms' five senses which are their abilities to touch, hear, smell, taste, and see physical things throughout their earthly life. If the spiritual (soul) part of us is to continue to exist forever, as many of us have been taught from birth and as so many writings acclaim, it must exist in another dimension. That dimension or state includes no physical matter or time constituents. This story describes that dimension. For those who believe in an afterlife, The Forever Dimension gives one explanation of how it can be. For those who do not believe in an afterlife, now is all you have, but you may still enjoy living in this adventure with those who do believe. Fred Schultz is an elderly, widower, retired metallurgical engineer. He lives in a boating marina aboard a 33 foot Ocean Catamaran yacht which he calls: "Forever." Fred is a whimsical type and, somehow, just draws the attention of the ladies of the marina and other ladies he comes in contact with. He tries very hard to treat them all with utmost respect but he does acknowledge he is really flattered and usually interested in their encounters. Given his druthers, however, Fred would be a hermit. His great passion now is to settle in his own mind the state of his pending demise and transformation. Because of his age and several serious illnesses lately, Fred now considers the death of his earthly physical body an eventual actuality, something he had refused to give consideration to, before. He is convinced his soul will pass into his newly labeled "Forever Dimension" a state that could solve the age old mystery of just where the "promised land" for the souls of mankind is and what it is. Fred was a solver of mysteries of physical material failures on earth. Using some of the same techniques, he devotes all his physical and mental energy his lady friends will allow to solving the mystery of the life after physical life. He does. It all has to do with energy and the emissions, thereof. The fictitious character, Fred Schultz, and his many friends show their fixation on afterlife in the minds of those who care to actually think about it. Fred chose to no longer hide his concern for his pending death and what happens thereafter. This is not to say we should destroy our chances for a happy life by worrying continuously about the one that comes after. In fact, for those who have a strong faith, it seems they have no worry at all. It is only those who question the mechanics of it all who need care. Fred was one of those; one of those who needed proof. Maybe the reader is, also. Note: classifying this book as fiction should not detract from a real belief in continued existence. Since such a belief is by faith, alone, as with other religious and so many philosophical concepts, there can be no proof such a dimension really exists. There is also no evidence it does not exist.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 14mm | 345g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514825309
  • 9781514825303