This is the third of George Wilson’s fascinating explanations of his personal spiritual philosophy, first outlined in his previous books At Last I Know and Through the Doors of Time.
The author interweaves his profound spiritual observations with recollections of his life, from childhood days in Motherwell to a career in heavy industry that took the author and his family wherever there was work, including Zambia and South Africa. These reminiscences are often humorous, though sometimes poignant and deeply moving.
Reflecting on his profound observations and supporting them with references from the Bible, the author explains his theory on the nature of the human soul and its relationship with God. Personal tragedy has led to the author taking his lifelong belief in a benign supernatural force and eternal reincarnation to a greater depth, from where he has taken solace.
George Wilson was born in Flemington, Scotland, and pursued a career in industry as a Comprehensive International Welding Inspector. He retired in 2003 and currently lives in South Africa.