The discussion becomes deeper.
The third volume in the original trilogy of Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 2 is the series’ conclusion. It deals with “universal truths of the highest order, and the problems and opportunities of the soul,” as it is stated in Book 1’s preface. In Book 3, the conversation broadens to cover more topics, such as the nature of God, love and fear, who we are and who we might become, and the evolution of the human species that is going to occupy a position in the neighborhood of the universe.
The culture, philosophy, and spirituality of highly evolved beings—some of whom we now refer to as “aliens” or “ETs”—in other spheres of the universe are discussed in depth here, along with how they have come to see life, love, and the pursuit of pleasure. By reading Conversations with God Book 2, you’ll start to see life differently and start to doubt all you thought you knew about the world. And with that, I put an end to our conversation. It completes a circle, much like life. Here, the facts have been told to you. It has brought you joy. Love has been given to you. The biggest questions in life have been answered for you here. There is just one query left at this time.
It is the question with which we began. The question is not, to whom do I talk, but who listens?”