I deeply believe that what counts with God is what we say and do. Of course, we are imperfect beings, but our challenge is to improve and seek truth and wisdom.
I just finished reviewing my most recent book, “Glimpses of Heaven on Earth,” for the thirteenth time after reading it from cover to cover twice – not counting the times I read the manuscript prior to publication. In short, the more I read, it, review it – the more I like it. No doubt, it is an ambitious work. Also, there is a definite spiritual nature to it. The future is all we have ahead of us. We must take care to guard that time ahead – everything from high national debts and entitlements in the developed world to coming to grips with radical Muslims whose “faith” is based on hate rather than love, so it doesn’t come from God.
I do not underestimate the difficulties in maneuvering from The Innovation Age to The Spiritual Age – Heaven on Earth. But I also have a deep faith in a verse in the Bible, “For God, all things are possible.”
There’s a song that I think about from time to time – “What’s it all about, Alfie?” The conclusion of the song is absolutely correct in my opinion – that love, true love, is what it’s all about. It’s a beautiful rendition of wonderful music that can and does tug at our hearts in a very deep level.