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While traveling across South America, author DND decided to write a book that discusses the simplest and most fundamental actions a human may take to survive on Earth and in other universes. AhHa... Guide to the Golden Age, based on a three-law, ten-step vertical structure, provides practical and eye-opening insights from the author's 70 years of life experience. We live in a world where people are divided on many topics and viewpoints, which contributes significantly to misery, violent disputes, and wars. AhHa... Guide to the Golden Age educates readers on the illusion of opposing viewpoints and the Law of One (the first law), which explains why there is no good or bad and how interconnected we all are. The book also includes pictures, humorous statements, scientific data, and profound quotes to help the reader find light, love, and contentment.
DND leads the reader through the material by presenting an extensive introduction and personal tales and outlining the principles that the future chapters include. Also, I enjoyed how the book uses scientific studies to back up its claims. I learned about Dr. Michael Sulla's (Ph.D.) extraterrestrial research, and I'd like to learn more about it. AhHa... Guide to the Golden Age would appeal to people who feel there is more to life than meets the eye and are not overly religious. Though it is quite abstract and contains many unusual ideas, if you are patient, it will reward you with surprising discoveries. Ultimately, AhHa... Guide to the Golden Age by DND is an excellent place to start if you want to truly love yourself, meditate more, cleanse yourself of negative influences, love others, and comprehend life much better than before.