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The Meaning and Purpose of Life - The Big Jigsaw Puzzle
About Brian Sadler
Brian was born in Twickenham, England, in 1938 and started his education at a Church of England primary school during the war in 1943, and later at a local secondary modern school. He ventured into the world of engineering gaining workshop experience whilst studying at technical college. He spent over forty years in engineering design; thirty of those on a freelance basis.
In 1973, a chance event changed Brian’s life forever and opened his mind to the deeper ‘mysteries’ of life and death. No longer could he accept a mundane world of conflict, selfishness, greed and corruption. There had to be a deeper meaning and purpose to life than years of bed, work, bed, work, death and then a grave - and raising children to go through the same endless cycle generation after generation. Dismissing the many bland unprovable statements from various establishments, the quest to find the Truth, and nothing but the Truth, began.
Brian’s varied interests include family and friends, classical music, reading, writing, ancient civilisations, astro-physics, Hatha yoga, meditation, spiritual healing, the scientific approach to investigating life after death, comparative religions, reincarnation, health issues, alternative medicine, the higher philosophical teachings, altered states of consciousness, the meaning and purpose of life, UFOs, the nature of God, quantum mechanics, the multi-dimensional universe - and everything that the blessing of an open and enquiring mind can grasp.
About The Meaning and Purpose of Life - Synopsis
Title: THE MEANING AND
PURPOSE OF LIFE - The BIG Jigsaw Puzzle
Acknowledgements: This thanks and pays tribute to more than 80 people who contributed or gave their support to make this book happen.
Foreword: Written by Andrew Dodd (Engineer and Consultant).
Introduction: The author states how he came to be a ‘seeker of truth’ and why, whilst outlining the subject matter covered in the book and who it is for. He tells how an engineering background and scientific frame of mind was an advantage in his search for the meaning and purpose of life. The reader is encouraged, not to look at life as a series of isolated incidents, but to see it as a jigsaw puzzle and clip pieces together to form a meaningful picture.