To The Abyss

And How We Lost Touch with Spiritual Living

by Dr Michael A. Gray



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/18/2014

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 236
ISBN : 9781490859675
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 236
ISBN : 9781490859682
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 236
ISBN : 9781490859699

About the Book

Addressing the age-old assessment provided by those who have lived multiple decades, things have changed and do not appear to be beneficial or improved. There is a feeling that change is necessary to ensure the continuation of our heritage. This book chronologically describes the aspects of living that have taken us away from the timeless, universal scriptural principles that have formed our civilized development to the present time. The use of reflection and experience, as well as the results of a combination of extensive, secular-based education, naturalistic observations, and the inherent advantage of understanding attained from the experiences from a past age to the present state of humanistic/scientific hegemony is the backdrop for attempting to address the common question: What has led us to where we are at this point in time? As it is the author’s belief that the course to correction is an individual journey, this book seeks to provide insight for others to understand how we arrived at the present state. The purpose continues with ensuring that the pertinent recognition of our source will serve to ensure our ultimate sustainability. As there are multiple routes to arrive at a given destination, the goal is to tempt the reader into beginning the process to arrive at the destination that will ensure their final state to be beneficial and personally fulfilling. The journey begins within the person, and the individual is the captain of their ship. Godspeed.

About the Author

Coming from a basis of understanding that includes over seventeen years of college education, including doctoral level training (political science, law, psychology, and leisure studies), military service, and long-term mental health field work experience, the author considers the spiritual basis of our existence as it serves the foundation for life’s various aspects.