CHEYENNE, Wyo., Sept. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Author Cale Rainer really puts it all in perspective through this profound look into his past about how people connect with their origin, and what that looks like. It tells of a surprising memory that people have apparently forgotten and can't seem to recall.
The Sense of a Deity is an intimate look into the human social origin introducing the existence of a deity as told through the memory of Cale's childhood and growing experiences. It is a collection of factual and exploratory notes that serve as a testimonial of how people share the sense of a deity through perception of reality - a personal experience telling how they connect with a spiritual deity in their younger years, and how the "reality of God replaces belief in God."
There are a number of brief explanations covering topics such as: how humans connect with a deity and why they lose the memory of it, observations of religious ritual methods of worship, how parents should convey the message of the presence of a deity to their children, and questions arise about the future of a society that might take on the direct sense of a deity origin.
It goes without saying that the proof of the forgotten deity-god is in question. In order to overcome this hurdle, this book replaces hidden meanings of myth and mysticism by presenting the truth about life in a straightforward, matter-of-fact way that comes across as very real, and is something that can be believed as inherent in each one of us. It contains no beautiful literary prose, few idioms, and no prophetic statements or unbelievable stories of miracles - just straight talk and simple explanations about where we come from and how to recapture the memory of it. Certain instances are a true account of the author's experiences, and therefore these should not be taken as fiction.