What is life all about? Who am I? Why am I here? Where am I going? To answer these questions, a search for the meaning of life is essential. How does one perform such a search which must be objective to be meaningful? This guide takes the reader on an imaginary auto trip in search of the answers, urging participation with questions and opinions to individualize the answers. Defining the meaning of life is the problem to be solved for peace of mind. A method based on engineering principles is used to solve this philosophical problem. The qwhat ifq method analyzes the pros and the cons of the existence of the soul, a hereafter, God and the divinity of Christ to evaluate the consequences of acceptance or denial on one's approach to life. Flow diagrams are used to clarify this dualism. An analogy of the use of a rental car is especially significant in clarifying the relationship of the soul to the human body, and the reason why behavior in human relations is the only allowable discrimination. Science and the modern culture are reluctant to admit and deal with the spiritual universe, thereby denying its existence. The search for the meaning of life includes the spiritual issues by integrating them into the physical existence of the universe and the human being. A concept of the Big Picture with original views completes the trip. It proposes how the spiritual and physical forces cooperated in the evolution of the universe from before the Big Bang. This unified and logically compatible approach solves some of the controversial issues about how we became what we are. For more information please go to: www.bonkbooks.comHow does one perform such a search which must be objective to be meaningful? This guide takes the reader on an imaginary auto trip in search of the answers, urging participation with questions and opinions to individualize the answers.
|Title||:||What If? in a Rental Car|
|Author||:||Casimir J. Bonk|
|Publisher||:||Trafford Publishing - 2004|