God, reward and punishment: Are they real?

God, reward and punishment: Are they real?

Have you ever wondered why some people’s lives are filled with pain, turmoil and suffering, while others are blessed over and over? Have you ever wondered why some people suffer setback after setback and have nothing but unhappiness and depression, while other people’s lives are filled with happiness and contentment? Some would complain that it’s the system – the haves suppressing the have-nots. But, is that just a cop-out? Does failure begin with outside forces, or does failure begin within oneself? Do we fight the symptoms, or do we cure the disease? Punishment and reward does exhibit itself through the outside world, but the command to receive these things begins within each of us.
In my book, “God, Reward, and Punishment: Are they real?”, I demonstrate through example after example that reward or punishment begins with our thoughts, attitudes and actions, that only finds fruition (the symptoms) through the world around us. In other words, “what we want or do to others, determines what happens to us.” If you want collaboration or proof, read it in the examples in my book. The other choice is to keep on stumbling and falling, and blaming it on the world. I’m sure you’ll agree, that reading my book for a couple of hours is better that spending a lifetime suffering and wondering.

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