Understanding God grabs your mind and your spirit and does not let go. It's the result of lifetimes dedicated to the search to understand God, but it is not a work of religion or philosophy. It does not preach; it is not religious; it is not polarizing; it does not have an agenda. It is written in clear, sparse language that both nourishes and challenges your thinking about your relationship with the eternal, and how that relationship shapes your everyday decisions. Listeners are plentiful; thinkers are rare. This book can be heard in a day but its impact can provoke an understanding that can last a lifetime.