Strangers in Paradox
About the Book
We humans are not strangers to paradise. Only in its apparent reflection do we feel strange.
A paradox is false because it goes against itself in fact. How is this different from saying that “we are spiritual beings having a human experience” when we can't know anything except our current (human) experience? We think it is real. Is it? If not, then it is a paradox; it is false because it goes against itself in fact.
These offerings, gathered from A Course in Miracles and teachers like Eckhart Tolle, are simply ways to record feelings that seemed paradoxical at the time. But paradoxes don’t exist; only reality does. Everything else is a chosen adventure.
About the Author
Having lived between inner love and outer fear for most of my life made the pursuit of paradox necessary for survival.
Carol Christenson chose early retirement from an accounting arena she shared with her husband, to live in the desert Southwest, providing the time to pursue her real interest: wondering how life works.