|About the Book|
When I wrote these daily moments with God, I felt myself paying more attention to whatever it was that I was focusing on that day. For me, the insights took me to a place where judgments cease and the desire to understand became more prevalent. SuchMoreWhen I wrote these daily moments with God, I felt myself paying more attention to whatever it was that I was focusing on that day. For me, the insights took me to a place where judgments cease and the desire to understand became more prevalent. Such a view of living makes a person begin to seek first to understand, instead of, act on what a person understands to be life’s point of view in any given moment.Life is much deeper than it appears on the surface. As we integrate this method of understanding life, we may find ourselves meeting each other in soul more often than personality. Although a persona is necessary for living, our personality does not have the capacity to move us into areas where life reveals itself to us from the depths of eternity itself.This book is to help those who are caring for their dying loved ones record thoughts about living with dying. It is a book written directly to God or your Creator in a relationship manner. Each day, I would ask two questions: What do you want me to notice today? And, how can I get there? The words that followed were a direct inner hearing of what I believe God would say back to me.On the page that follows, I ask you to do the same.The first part of the question is to tune-in on what I need to notice that day. The second question has two parts. I would concentrate on what I need to do to create and experience the first question. Then, I would apply this to the dying process.The key to pulling this off on a deeper level than your beliefs about God is to imagine that YOU ARE talking to God, and that, GOD IS talking to you.