PRIMAL IMPULSE: On the Yearning for Eternal Life
Most of us fail to see the big picture. We ignore who we are. We refuse to acknowledge what we can prove about reality and our origin. We hypnotically and pretentiously assume a self-assigned specialness over all other existing entities. We act as if no repercussions exist for our brutal behavior for allegedly divine 'rewards'. We mask our intentions in order to camouflage a variety of missions and objectives of conquest at all costs. Yet, life can be so much more, so interesting, so joyous, so rewarding, so pleasant and so sane. Nonetheless, proposed and exposed here, are positive thoughts of a life worth living in states of sanity, consciousness and kindness in spite of the catastrophic extinction awaiting us all, if we don't change our nasty attitude. To that end this essay explores the world of non-stuff, of which an ethereal life seems to have affected us the most in the course of history, just as it does today. We speak here of our connectedness with the universe.
- Paperback | 459 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 29.46mm | 771.1g
- 20 Aug 2011
- London, United Kingdom