The most difficult part is to understand what someone else is going through if we have not been through the exact experience ourself. However, if we have been a recipient of compassion, then we know how uplifting it is. Therefore, we don’t need to exactly understand what someone else is going through to show them compassion. We just need to know that compassion will brighten their spirit. In return, it brightens our spirit.
Virtue is more complex than knowing the difference between right and wrong, and moral and immoral. Virtue, when taken as a whole, is a set of values and belief system that guides our decision making process—virtues are our guiding light in life. Although political values, economic values, and legal values may shift, the virtues that encompass moral excellence are timeless across cultures...
What determines who we become in life? It’s the age-old debate of Nurture versus Nature. Is our life shaped by Freewill or Determinism? The answer was, is, and will always be freewill. There is irrefutable evidence from every field of life that we create our life by the choices we make. We have witnessed disenfranchised people of every parentage overcome staggering odds to turn their dreams into reality.
Within the pages of this book are the answers to life from Humanity's greatest thinkers.
--Where did we come from?
--What is our purpose in life?
--Why do bad things happen to us?
--Is there a god?
--Are we alone in the Universe?
--What happens to us after we die?
“History of Gods”, the first book in the series “Is There a God?” discusses the origin of god. Chapters include,
Chapter 1: Is There a God?
Chapter 2: A History of Gods and Goddesses
Chapter 3: The Sun as God
Chapter 4: Egyptian Deities
Chapter 5: Greek Deities
Chapter 6: Roman Deities
Chapter 7: Jewish Deities
Chapter 8: Hindu Deities
Chapter 9: Chinese Deities
Chapter 10: Middle Eastern Deities
Chapter 11: South American Deities
Chapter 12: Norse (Viking) Deities
Chapter 13: Celtic Deities
Chapter 14: United States of America
Chapter 15: Characteristics of Religion
Chapter 16: Human-conceived Gods do Not Exist
Chapter 17: Terminologies and Notations