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God Without Religion


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What If? by Karen S Garner
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Have we forgotten the value of a single life? Has technology taken the place of creativity? Where are the inventors? Where are the problem solvers? Has the definition of freedom forgotten responsibility for actions? Is the perfect world becoming one for the betterment of individual needs, instead of the advancement of the whole? Are we truly living, perhaps our one chance of life on Earth, to satisfy selfish desires rather than make sacrifices for others? Are we blinded by ignorance or self-absorption? How can we turn this world around so that there are no derailed destinies, but only connected journeys to truth? Where do we begin to find unconditional love, strength to get through difficult times, and inspiration to improve life for everyone? What part of God lives here on Earth? How often do we think of God instead of thinking of ourselves? How can we find the answer? These are some of the topics discussed in this remarkable book.

Author Biography

Karen S. Garner is a woman of humble beginnings, raised in a one-bedroom, one-bathroom house along with three older brothers and her parents. In the winter, she and her brothers slept on roll-away beds in sleeping bags in a single-car garage with a dirt floor. In the summer, blankets were placed over clotheslines and poles to provide cover for outdoor sleeping. She was never aware of her family's poverty, because of the love surrounding her. She was born and raised in Nevada where the mountains rest tall to the West, and the colors of the desert are exhibited in fullness to the East. Music and writing are her primary hobbies. She is the baritone part in a barbershop quartette that sings for free to disabled, ill, or homebound individuals. Karen's favorite book is Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach. Her retirement years have been spent in volunteer work and writing books. You can contact her at
Release date Australia
December 23rd, 2014
Illustrations, black and white
Escarpment Press
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