Thursday, June 29, 2006


The person who introduced this book to me was my sister. She was so keen on this book that she ordered it direct from the Internet, probably Amazon dot Com.

This book apparently was given a touch of glamour when Elvis Presley first read it. Elvis was so impressed by the book that he made a bulk purchase and promptly distributed it to all his friends and relatives.

Basically, the book is a spiritual guide. It has words and phrases that are strangely soothing and yet very wise. If I may be allowed to say it, it doesn't sound like it's coming from the mind of one who dwells on earth.

Those who believe in this book, as I do, know it is the voice of the Big Man himself.
It has the most profound advice on life and hereafter I have ever read. It gave me goose-pimples the first time I read it.

If you are "ready", then this book will change your life. If you are spiritually undernourished and want to be filled, then this is the right book for you. It affects different individuals in different ways.

The journey is the same. The answers even though same will be perceived differently by separate persons. It seems to be a living testament of what is going on now, before and yet-to-come.

Without sounding like a crackpot, you need to read it to find out if I have just said is true. It doesn't matter if you are a Buddhist, Muslim, Jew or Christian, the message within is the same.

It has a flavour that transcends all times and suits all situations. It talks to your soul and bypasses your ego. You will need to leave all your preconceived notions at the entrance of the reading chamber.

The Impersonal Life is anything but. It will cast a glow of eternity on that shadowed parts of your life that needs to be brightened up.

I shall not force you to read it. You must make the choice yourself, but be prepared never to be the same again. There is no fear ahead. You need not be apprehensive. It is written for one sole purpose - for your enlightenment and eternal benefit.

May the Peace that is ageless be yours forever.

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