Afterword: Life Can Be Different

Written by: Emmanuel

By liking what we do and living our meaning, we're in harmony with everyone and everything. Emmanuel van der Meulen. CEO, Peace Evolution.

Published: August 3, 2020

As you read when you first picked up this book, my intent is to “jolt” souls in both humankind and the spirit world to come together to improve the lot of all. This jolt has no guarantee of any effect, of course. Humankind and the spirit world might not be ready for such an extreme exposure of what we’re creating, or of being shown that it’s up to each one of us to stop and observe our ways with brutal honesty, and then have the courage of our convictions to uncover ourselves and walk our own path, thereby manifesting our meaning and thus living naturally.

Yet to everyone who reads this book and website, I’ll state my intentions: it is worth any amount of effort and risk to do so. Should we manifest our meaning, our inner beauty will replace and displace, albeit one person at a time and even if it takes over a million years, the self-destruction we’re living today, as independent individuals and as a species, as souls within humankind and the spirit world.

Humankind and spirit-world souls can only accomplish such a togetherness through consciously exposing what is driving the selfdestruction while at the same time uncovering each individual soul.

This book is that seed, the conception of what is driving the selfdestruction, simply exposed for anyone to understand, and it attempts to assist anyone willing to break out of the cycle of self-destruction. Breaking out of the cycle comes when individuals uncover themselves and then manifest what they have uncovered as independent, individual souls.

Emmanuel van der Meulen
October 2007

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