When Neale Donald Walsch had some devestating personal problems in the early 1990’s, he was blindsided. His marriage broke up, a residential fire took all his belongings, and a severe car accident left him unemployable.—
Once he recovered, he was alone and unemployed, and was forced to live in a tent. He rummaged through trash and collected and recycled aluminium cans in order to eat. At the time, he thought his life had come to an end. He was angry with God and called out to him for help.
Then he just started writing down what the voice inside him (that he calls God) was telling him. Even though he didn’t understand some of it, he just trusted in the process and started writing books of what he and God talked about. What God tells him is how much he loves us and how we are all one. He clears up things we wonder about like our purpose in life, how we should live, and what the big picture is.
Many of the things we think about religion, time, space and spirituality are not necessarily correct when you read the books.
See below for introduction to the book.
His first book, Conversations with God, was published in 1995 and became an international bestseller. It remained on the New York Times Bestseller List for 135 weeks. Six of his other books have made the Times list in the years since. He has published 28 books and his works have been translated into 37 languages.
You can watch the movie on Amazon Prime called Conversations with God