The Missing Piece to Paradise

by

Dr. P.C. Simon, G.M.V.C., M.Sc., F.R.S.H.
Spiritual Nonfiction. Paperback, 158 pgs. 58 illustrations, glossary,
bibliography and index. ISBN 189071108X.

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    "Some time ago, my wife, Lize, brought a jigsaw puzzle
    back from Holland. It was a picture of the house in which
    Peter the Great stayed when he was studying ship-building
    in the Netherlands. While assembling the puzzle, she lost a
    piece and could not complete the picture. It struck me that
    we are not able to transform this earth into a paradise
    because one piece is missing. I have searched and found
    the missing piece and that is what I write about here."

   So begins the preface to this book which contains all that you need to
be healthy, happy and prosperous. It is hidden in these 158 pages. It is
up to you to find it.
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Topics covered in this informative and inspiring book: are:

  • Effect of the mind on the body, how it can cause disease
    and  how it can heal.
  • Influence of attitude and belief in our lives, the Cosmic
    mind, Witchcraft
  • Biofeedback, Meditation, Visualization, The Subconscious
    mind
  • The Big Bang, Gravity, Origin of life, DNA, chromosomes,
    sex, and mutation
  • Cells, Human development
  • Our search for God, Proof for the existence of God, The
    purpose of  Creation

Some of the people mentioned and discussed:

    Norman Cousins, Ann Landers, Rudyard Kipling,
    Pettenkofer, Mary Baker Eddy, Myrtle and Charles
    Fillmore,  Kathryn Kuhlman, Dr. Leshan, Anthony
    Hopkins, Bernie Siegal, Paramahansa Yogananda, Richard
    Bach, Louis Pasteur, Edgar Cayce,  Wolfe Messing,
    Croiset, Emmanuel Swedenborg, John Wesley,
    Ramakrishna, Rabindrinath Tagore, William Shakespeare,
    George Washington Carver, Doppler, Hubble, Penzias and
    Wilson, Cha
Have you ever pondered the great mysteries of the cosmos and
asked:
                     

  • Was there a Creator and if so, what was the purpose of Creation?
  • What is the nature of the Creator?
  • What is the material with which the universe was created?
  • Did the universe originate from a Big Bang and if so, what caused it?

Or in moments of crisis, trial and despair:

  • Why good people suffer while the wicked flourish?
  • Why is there pain and disaster such as earthquakes, floods, famine,
    pestilence?

Or, at times of bereavement or facing your own mortality:

  • Is there a soul?
  • What will happen to the soul after we die?
  • Is there reincarnation?
  • Is there a hell and heaven

Or when marveling at the products of human intellect

  • What is the mind and where is it situated?
  • Has mind any power over health, disease, wealth, and happiness?
  • What is the limit of human knowledge?
  • Is instant knowledge possible for humans?
  • Will humans become as all  powerful as God
        All these questions and more are answered in The Missing Piece to
    Paradise,  a book resulting from a long personal quest for answers to
    these questions which have been asked ever since our ancestors first
    viewed the stars. What is the great mystical force which underlies our
    universe? Where did we come from? Why are we here? Where are we
    going? How should we make the journey?

      The Missing Piece to Paradise shows there is an inexhaustible source of
    fortune to be tapped and illustrates clearly in simple language what mind-
    potential can do to help us reach unreachable goals.
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    Readers' Comments and
    Reviews

    Mrs. S. Mayes, a reader from
    Maple Ridge, B.C.

    I borrowed a copy of your book,
    The Missing Piece to Paradise,
    and I have just finished reading it.
    To me, it was one   of  those
    books you don't want to put
    down. Now that I am finished it, I
    am sorry there isn't more!

    I thoroughly enjoyed your words.
    Many confirmed, to me, thoughts
    that I had already formulated over
    the years. How  wonderful to
    have your confirmation. ... Your
    references to so many people and
    places that have been admired by
    me for some time was gratifying
    as well.
    ______________________

    Mr. Mathews Varghese, Editor,
    Malayala Manorama
    Newspaper, Kottayam, India

    The book was so captivating that
    I couldn't put it down. The
    Beginning is enticing with frank,
    personal, anecdotes. It advocates
    the importance of faith, trust, and
    positive mind which differentiates
    the winner from the defeated in
    the world. I feel the book will
    motivate people and provide a
    philosophy for facing the odds.
    ______________________

    Dr. Robert Chen, B.Med.SC.,
    M.D., CCFP, President, Post-
    Polio Awareness and Support
    Society of British Columbia
    says:

    Through an extensive and
    comprehensive review of cross-
    cultural rituals, experiences and
    activities, Dr. Simon has
    produced a wonderful summary
    of the various ways humans have
    demonstrated the power of their
    God-given mind. The book then
    outlines in a clear manner, using
    deductive reasoning of the
    existence of a universal power,
    which in our culture is called God
    and of its creation.

    This is one of the books I wished
    I knew about and read when I
    was in my twenties or thirties, to
    shorten my search for life's
    meaning and more importantly, to
    provide me with convincing
    evidences of a tool for creating
    and designing my life.  

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