For the Sake of Evolution: The Indigo Child


Love. Society's traditional, and sadly contemporary, definition of love is defined by commitment. Perhaps that is why there is such a high divorce rate. Considering that warped and tainted ideology of love is no longer synonymous with acceptance, infatuation, empathy, appreciation and admiration. Socrates once said, "The unexamined life is not worth living." Yet many wonder why they are so unhappy. Why they are never content. Perhaps it is because of 'civilized norms' or 'social standards' that tend to leave one inevitably disappointed and dwelling on what they do not have rather than being grateful for what they have already attained. This ideology, which the consumer industry exploits, greatly influenced this novel along with a handful of experiences in regards to religion, the socioeconomic class division, spirituality, political corruption, and metaphysics. There was a time when the evolution of consciousness was at a standstill due to the intentional repression from the higher echelon although they failed to acknowledge that that which you fight you strengthen. Now we are experiencing a flux in evolution. A shift in consciousness. The masses are beginning to awaken to the fact that reality is clay and they are indeed the potters, manifesting their intentions on a daily bases. That being said, "Life will give you whatever experience is most helpful for the evolution of your consciousness" -Eckhart Tolle. For those that come across this novel, this may very well be your next step towards knowledge, wisdom and understanding.
A Controversial Examination of Society through the Innocent yet Cynical Lives of Two Kids with Different Economic and Cultural Backgrounds with Origins Foreign to this Planet

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