Why Human Life is Ultimately a Dream by Francis Bestman Isugu

Why Human Life is Ultimately a Dream

byFrancis Bestman Isugu

Kobo ebook | June 23, 2014

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WHY HUMAN LIFE IS ULTIMATELY A DREAM is a book that is born not out of mere imaginations and figments of thought but of a powerful dream inspiration which the author took cognizance of its value for clarifying thought on the mystery of life and death. The book responds to many powers that have eluded the attempt of philosophers to give satisfactory answers to, such as posers on the meaning of life, the reality of death, the actuality of life-after-death, the ultimate fulfillment of the destiny of the human person, the nature of the human person, the relationship of the human reality to the ultimate reality, and the veritable relationship between humanity and divinity in the various phases of human experiences on earth, especially with the experience of evil in the world. The language of the book is simple for the understanding of all and sundry except in special cases for the uneducated that may require another version of this book. This book will serve the good purpose of enlightenment to anyone who peruses it with enthusiasm and an unbiased mindset. So the author recommends it for all and sundry as it is sensitive to all currents of beliefs and thought without religious bias. It is a book for you to understand and appreciate your life, personage, activities, hopes and aspirations as human being created in Gods image and likeness. The authors own life-experience provides a platform for situating the new portrait of life and death which the author paints with this work in various contexts of human experiences whether good or bad. So this work is a life companion for all and sundry and is anticipated to stand the test of time.

Title:Why Human Life is Ultimately a DreamFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:June 23, 2014Publisher:Xlibris UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1493142062

ISBN - 13:9781493142064