Conversations With God Paperback
Neal Donald Walsch was experiencing a low period in his life when he decided to write a letter to God, venting his frustrations.
What he did not expect was a response. As he finished his letter, he was moved to continue writing - and out came extraordinary answers to his questions.
This work presents the answers that Walsch received, helping him to change himself, his life and the way he viewed other beings.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 240 pages
- Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
- Publication Date: 01/02/1997
- Category: Nature & existence of God
- ISBN: 9780340693254
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Review by helenaharper
An amazing book! It was recommended by a friend, and so I thought I would read it to see if it would give me any new insights into the age-old questions about the purpose of life etc. I didn't really know what to expect, but it blew me away! It's a conversation between an ordinary man called Neale Donald Walsch (with a lot of problems in his life) and God (you may not accept that it's 'God' talking, but then that's up to you) and it's written in a very easy to read style. From the first page it had me riveted and I couldn't put it down. You learn about the importance of trusting your feelings, expressing appreciation, how all human feelings are rooted in either fear or love and that we have been taught to live in fear. As it says in the book 'precious little is said about the glory of the most loving', but an awful lot is said in our society about being 'better', 'stronger' and 'cleverer' than others. Fear motivates us to be this, because we don't want to be considered failures. All the big questions are answered: why are we here? Why is there evil in the world? Is there sin? Is there a hell? If so, what is it? Why do things happen as they do? What happens when you die? How can I have successful relationships? Is having a lot of money a bad thing? And inbetween times there's also humour, because we're told that God has a great sense of humour! So many of my questions were answered in a totally new way (going to church or reading the Bible had never given me answers like these) and not only did they make sense to me, they were also liberating! If you're remotely curious about any of the above questions, then I would encourage you to read this book and decide for yourself whether the answers are for you or not.