The objective reality of this world is solely produced by the human imagination, in which all things exist.
I hope to show you how to subjectively appropriate that which already exists in you, and turn it into an objective fact. Your life is nothing more than the out picturing of your imaginal activity, for your imagination fulfills itself in what your life becomes.
The last year that Robert Frost was with us, he was interviewed by Life Magazine and said: "Our founding fathers did not believe in the future, they believed it in." This is true. Having broken with England, our founding fathers could have established their own royalty here by making one of them the king, thereby perpetuating a royal family. They could have chosen a form of dictatorship, but they agreed to imagine a form of government that had not been tried since the days of the Greeks. Democracy is the most difficult form of government in the world, yet our founding fathers agreed to believe it in. They knew it would take place, because they knew the power of belief - the power I hope to show you that you are.
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"Very good, what I would have expected fron Neville"
Neville has a beautiful vision of our relationship with God. It is st least good fir me to study it often and remind mysellf of the hope and faith he lived by.
I have been listening to it over and over. I love all Neville's books. This one is a favourite.
Love listening to his voice.
Not only is this a great little book, but Clay Lamakayu does a very nice job with the narration. Years ago I read most of Neville's books, but it's so nice to get to listen to them now.
Touches the deep concept of creative imagination in relation to faith. Makes a powerful connection.
All of this author's work is eye opening and spirit lifting. Enjoy it very much.
I am thankful to the author, narrator, and audible for this production. My life is forever changed.
Just when I was beginning to find ease in questioning my own thoughts and beginning to entertain a new way of thinking which Goddard proclaims ... Wise though he seems to profess .., the soliloquy ends. I was not prepared for this abrupt ending before he had really begun.
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