If I Should Die Before I Wake leads readers on a quest to understand what it means to be a human being unbound from materialistic society.
While it touches on timeless spiritual knowledge, it does not endorse any particular supreme being, or spiritual traditions reliant upon rites, rituals, dogma, or intercession. Instead, the book seeks to equip readers with the knowledge and tools they need to fulfill their spiritual destiny.
The book considers questions such as:
• Why should we pay attention to the endgame of death and dying?
• What can we learn from various spiritual traditions?
• How can we transcend sectarianism and bigotry?
The author observes that the other side of the mountain is probably not as far away as you think it is. There is a way to look inside yourself and see what is true, without taking someone else’s word for it. This is the knowledge that enlightens the mind and liberates the heart.