The One Who Sees All

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Overview

This book addresses the following subjects, among other things:

Is there a God?
Is there a Devil?
Good, bad, and evil
Magic
Humans and human beings
Intelligence and common sense
Worry
The future
The past
Aliens from outer space
The supernatural
Which God is God?

This is a story about a mysterious old man who was a highly-respected teacher in a monastery hidden away high in the Himalayan Mountains of Tibet. To those living in the monastery he was known affectionately as “The One Who Sees All” – He was given this nickname because all of the monks thought that he saw everything, heard everything, knew everything, and remembered everything worth knowing. To the monks the old man was a legendary man of knowledge and mystery because he had been sent to them by the Dalai Lama and they knew nothing about him before he entered the monastery. Even though the monks continually pestered him and the Abbott with questions about him, all of their questions concerning him and his past were answered with no information at all. No one in the monastery, except the Abbott, ever knew his real name.

When his chores were done, the old man liked to sit on a certain tall rock outside the monastery where he could observe the people, animals, and birds who passed by. Eventually, the old man became known as the "The Observer" and the rock was named "The Rock of The Observer". People would often approach the old man sitting on his rock and ask him questions. Although many asked the name of the old man, he simply replied “My name is not important. You may address me as you wish.” His name was never known by those outside of the monastery, so most visitors simply called him “The Observer” and addressed him as “Master” or “Sir”.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011948596
  • Publisher: Lester Clayton Johnson
  • Publication date: 11/9/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 25 KB

Meet the Author

The author was born in San Francisco, California. He has lived in California all of his life. After graduating from Sacramento State College he served as an elementary school music teacher, professional trumpet player and singer, CEO of his own speed reading and memory workshop corporation, and is currently practicing as an attorney at law. After composing and digitalizing two symphonies for orchestra the author recently returned to writing. He has written and published five previous books. The titles of the books are as follows:

Descendant Lines of Adam and Eve Leading to First Duke of Normandy Rollo, William I The Conqueror, Abigail Webster and Her Son William Moulton, and William Moulton of French Corral, California.

Descendant Line of Sir Thomas De Moulton Leading to Abigail Webster and Her Son William Moulton and William Moulton of French Corral, California.

Adam and Eve Descendant Lines Leading to King Edward III.

Tracing New England Ancestors to British Nobility and Beyond.

Chronology from Adam through Jacob to the Destruction of the Temple of Solomon.
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