Why are we here, and is there a point to life?
Does God exist?
Why doesn't God intervene in natural disasters?
Why is life so unfair?
How do I get the life I dream about?
These are some of the biggest and most profound questions of man and for the first time, you are going to get the real answers. What you are about to discover in this audiobook will dramatically change the way you think and feel about everything in your life.
Since the dawn of time, mankind has hoped against the odds that our existence on Earth comes with a divine purpose. A gut feeling tells us that despite the apparent lack of evidence, there is something greater, something profoundly significant that is currently held beyond our limited human comprehension. In our hearts we desperately want to believe that there is such a thing as a loving God and ultimately a place where all the pain and unfairness of life comes to an end.
For many, traditional religion offers nothing but dated and incredulous explanations that no longer resonate with society that is rapidly evolving. Millions of people are turning their back on the "fire and brimstone" faith systems of our forefathers and seeking the real answers.
After two decades of searching, Craig Beck has discovered something extremely powerful and potentially life-changing in the Fragment of God. It took a complete loss of his faith to force a dramatic shift in his own spiritual path. This change of direction revealed not only the answers to those burning questions, but also the secrets to life as we dream it to be, full of abundance, happiness, and love.
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Breathtaking and life changing
It answers a lot of the questions I had been asking about life
No characters in the book really
The story of how Craig has dealt with his own tough times and come out the other side with such a profound view of the world.
Listen to this book - it will change the way you think about everything
- Jack Freeman