It's easy to wonder why being in love with someone or living in fear is so different from liking or being afraid of one thing or another. Differences arise, because what we "like", for example, is definable but who we "love" isn't. We assume that all words are definable, but love isn't, and neither is faith, appreciation, passion, or a host of other words which relate to love. In truth, we can't define the sensation of fear, sin, or temptation either. Why is it that we give such importance to words which can't be defined, and why is it that many of our "words", including mind, soul, and God, escape definition when we're certain that we "know what they mean?"
It's only by "appreciating" certain words, that an "understanding" is achieved. Our relationship with God the Father, Christ the Son, and the Holy Spirit are explored. Not in a theological context, but a "sensational" one-not so different from a "sixth sense" perspective.
Contents of this book also include considerations of anger, addiction, homosexuality, pain management, and much more. An attempt is made to tie up all these seemingly diverse subjects into one tightly knit package.
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Nice book but if you could make it more about him i would do that.