A Trip to the Stars

A Trip to the Stars

by Melvin Forrester

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A Trip to the Stars by Melvin Forrester


This book is a collection of my thoughts and experiences. It is primarily based on a so-called 'Life-After-Death Report' or 'Awakening Report'.
I was always told that Religion and Politics were difficult subjects in mixed company. Here we are, you and me, a mixed company. I want to say right up front that my concepts and ideas are not everyman's. We will differ and that is good too. I do not desire to change your ideas and concepts, my desire is to tell of my thoughts. A peaceful life together can exist when we understand how the other person thinks. Primarily I attempt to form my thoughts and words in a manner which will be easily understood by those who originate, as I do, from a society based upon so-called Western Culture and Christian ideas. My ideas are not restricted to this framework so I must modify them and present them in a manner more easily understood by the reader. Please note: my use of words such as inner-nature, God, One-Truth, Gate-Keeper, etc. are in themselves meaningless and can be substituted as you will with the appropriate terms to fit your situation. In fact, all of my words are meaningless; a theme which will be explained in detail during the reading.
Seek your own way. Good Luck. Bon Voyage.
Best wishes. . . Melvin

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781412024273
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Publication date: 04/08/2004
Pages: 92
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

About the Author



Melvin Forrester was born in Watsonville, California in 1946. He served in the US Army from 1964 to 1984. His military duty took him to Germany in 1973 where he has remained until today. He earned his BS Degree in Computer Science from the University of Maryland through the education programs offered at Military Bases in Germany. His earlier hobbies included many forms of Japanese, Chinese and Korean martial arts, through which he came into contact with Eastern philosophy. With increasing age and decreasing physical abilities he began an inner reflection which continues and has led to this collection of stories: 'A Trip to the Stars'

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