The whole world is beating a path in the same direction. This direction ends abruptly at a precipice.
Along the way there are stations that help those on this path to reach their goal, I. e., the goal is to get to the end of the path. These stations have names, like: Self-actualization, humanism, Spiritism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Scientology, Mormonism and hundreds of others.
Each station on this path is to help the climber to get to the top or the end of the path. They call the top names like: acquired knowledge, the celestial city, the Pagoda, Nirvana and clear.
This path leads most to an understanding of life as a circle. When they die on this path, they are told they will start over again and come back to the path and stop at another station.
They have a name for this circle of life; it is called reincarnation. Reincarnation becomes the hope of many. It works like an anesthesia to assist those on this path, because those on this path do not believe in personal responsibility for the life they have."
Excerpt from God Thinking XVII- All Paths Do Not Lead To God by Keith C. Powell Copyright 2013