Man Was Not Born To Cry by Joel S. GoldsmithMan Was Not Born To Cry by Joel S. Goldsmith

Man Was Not Born To Cry

byJoel S. Goldsmith

Paperback | August 15, 1998

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Man's eternal quest for self-knowledge and self-fulfillment demands a continuing expansion of consciousness. Consciousness, the secret of life, determines man's experiences. Discovery of this secret is the primary purpose of man's presence in the world.

"On the mystical path, you learn that the goal in life is releasing the soul from the tomb of human existence, more especially the tomb of the human mind. If we are to experience the soul, we have to break through the limitations of the body and the mind. The reason that this realm of the soul is so little known is that God is spoken of as God without the realization that God is the soul of man. The purpose of man is to show forth the nature of God. Man originally was intended to be the instrument through which, or as which, God lives on earth. Man is the great glory of God. Man was not meant to cry, and all his tears are shed only because of a sense of limitation. Every tear you shed is proof of some form of limitation being experienced in your life. Man was not born to cry!"

Title:Man Was Not Born To CryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:210 pages, 8.58 × 5.5 × 0.69 inPublished:August 15, 1998Language:English

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ISBN - 10:1889051322

ISBN - 13:9781889051321

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Man’s eternal quest for self-knowledge demands a continuing expansion of consciousness. Discover how this occurs in Man Was Not Born to Cry from renowned spiritualist Joel S. Goldsmith. Consciousness determines our experiences and is, according to the author, man’s primary purpose for existence. Describing how expanded consciousness makes man the better instrument of God, Goldsmith claims that "every tear you shed is proof of some form of limitation."