FAIRFAX, Va. (PRWEB) January 07, 2014
From the creative and highly imaginative author Joseph Lima Sconce comes a highly engaging and deeply meaningful volume that believes that death should not be feared. Instead, it is something to be celebrated for. The Travelers deems that death is the gateway to another world. It is the transition to real, substantial, eternal, and wondrous afterlife. It tries to show to readers that death does not exist. When one dies, he goes to an afterlife but soon, the reward will become immensely more worthwhile and joyful if one chooses to go to heaven.
This book reveals that the afterlife is real and substantial, and that all of humans, when they arrive there at some point, will soon realize this. Their spiritual bodies are very much like natural bodies, except that the spiritual bodies are in perfect shape, in addition to basic telepathy and the speaking of a universal language.
People in the spiritual world live in real places: beautiful cities or country location in Heaven, noisome slums in hell. People there work like on earth; willingly and happily in heaven, not so in hell, and also enjoy time off from work, which are marvelous in heaven and within strict limits somewhat enjoyable in hell. They are full human beings in the afterlife, in every aspect. But in the spiritual world, time and space function differently, being fluid and connected to a person's thoughts and emotions, that deception and lying are nearly impossible and the economy is a moneyless one.
The 11 travelers of the story learn about this as they try to reach the goal city in their travels which would put them one step away from Heaven. These individuals will travel through spiritual version of the Northeastern U.S. and experience various adventures that will teach them the most important things: how to become better people and deserve Heaven.
Skillfully written, highly imaginative and equally enticing, The Travelers is a unique and exciting volume that readers will definitely love and enjoy. One of the most important points this book tries to show is how science and religion can live in peace with one another, since the purpose of science is to describe and religions' to explain how and why God created the Natural Universe and soul bearing beings . Through its thrilling plot and shocking twist and turns, this work of fiction is truly a masterpiece.
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The Travelers* by Joseph Lima Sconce
The Wonders of Journeying in the Afterlife
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