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“Death as Gateway to Eternity: Nature’s Hidden Message”
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Death as Gateway to Eternity: Nature’s Hidden Message
Death as Gateway to Eternity: Nature’s Hidden Message
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ISBN:  978-1-936597-21-5
Book Size:  5.5" x 8.5"
# of Pages:  128
Language:  English



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We all wish to know where we have come from and where we are going, regarding our existence on earth. In these conversations of a solitary man with the mountains, the stars, the animals, the plants—in a word, with his brothers and sisters on this earth—we learn about the meaning of death. The mighty book of Nature begins to speak and to answer our anxious questions in great images and analogies.

In the spirit of the great German mystics, the author Hans Kury seeks answers to such questions as:

     Why do people believe in the immortality of the human soul?
     Is there a key to understanding the soul’s fate after death?
     To what extent is the body a reflection of the soul?
     Are the animals and other creatures of the natural world messengers of the hereafter?
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Detailed Description of “Death as Gateway to Eternity: Nature’s Hidden Message”

We all wish to know where we have come from and where we are going, regarding our existence on earth. In these conversations of a solitary man with the mountains, the stars, the animals, the plants—in a word, with his brothers and sisters on this earth—we learn about the meaning of death. The mighty book of Nature begins to speak and to answer our anxious questions in great images and analogies.

In the spirit of the great German mystics, the author Hans Kury seeks answers to such questions as:

     Why do people believe in the immortality of the human soul?
     Is there a key to understanding the soul’s fate after death?
     To what extent is the body a reflection of the soul?
     Are the animals and other creatures of the natural world messengers of the hereafter?

People who think about these ultimate questions will be glad to encounter the gentle and wise voice of Hans Kury, who leads us through these confounding questions to answers full of certainty and joy.


About the Author(s)

Hans Küry

Hans Küry (1906-1987) was a professional writer, editor, and translator who specialized in the works of Shakespeare. Dr. Küry authored six books and several articles in his native German on a range of literary, religious, and philosophical subjects. World Wisdom is publishing Death as Gateway to Eternity: Nature’s Hidden Message, the first book by Hans Küry to be translated into English. The book is a series of connected spiritual reflections on the reality and meaning of death to human beings. Death as Gateway to Eternity, by Dr. Hans Küry, will be published in 2013.

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Reviews of “Death as Gateway to Eternity: Nature’s Hidden Message”

“Trying to understand where we are in the bigger picture of the world often challenges our views on the world. Death as a Gateway to Eternity: Nature's Hidden Message is a spiritual read, republished from the works of Hans Kury, a Swiss writer and translator who offers insight into the nature of life, death, and living. With a good dose of insight and humor, Death as a Gateway to Eternity is well worth considering for spirituality readers.”
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