In a vibrant exchange of letters between the author and a University Psychology Major over a three year period, issues of social pressure, the human soul and the metaphysical underpinnings of life are explored and discussed. An interesting and revealing read for anyone who’s sincerely in touch with, and sensitive to, the yearnings of their own, individual soul.
The author gets his first chance to present his understandings about the intentions of the universe and how it has been structured to reach its goals. In his opinion, all of the ‘end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it’ scenarios we’re presently encountering are but the notification from the universe itself of a major paradigm shift in our reality.
He presents all of his ideas in a clean and simple manner and formulates a unique understanding about life that wants to remain dogma-free. And it seems to work . . .
If this hasn't come to your attention in the way I've set things up, Jason - then I'd better bring it up now. In the 'context' I'm describing and perhaps promoting - that if there is no 'God' as we've been programmed and conditioned to believe, and if this powerful force that makes things happen is both impersonal and amoral - then the only real thing in creation that contains and emits love is us. We are the only entity in existence that cares, the only intelligence that can realize a potential. That makes what you and I are doing more important than we may already realize. In us and those like us lies the only hope for both humanity and the universe itself - and for the God that lies within us.
Ian Moar, perhaps a typical baby boomer, wanted to understand what life was really about – and then perhaps change the world. Unlike most of his generation, the world failed to change him - and this collection of letters refl ects that challenge.
He lives quietly on Vancouver Island, surrounded by mountains, rivers and an ocean at his doorstep.