The Irreducible Primary: A Dialogue on Nature, Spirituality, and the Human Condition

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FriesenPress, Oct 4, 2017 - Poetry - 102 pages
An active cognizance of our influence on the big-picture flow of creation, in which we all participate, is the responsibility of every human being. It is only through this effort that we can understand those spiritual competencies that are most relevant to the critical cause-and-effect interactions that have the most sway over our existence.

So too is it incumbent on humans to embrace the concept of unconditional love, and to understand why we alone get to take the journey toward it. It is only in a space where spirituality is allowed to uncover our inner structure and dimensions of consciousness that we engage this important energy force.

The Irreducible Primary is an unapologetic examination of spirituality, nature, and the current state of human interaction. Here, spiritual seekers and religious types who’ve grown dissatisfied with religious dogma, along with individuals frustrated with governmental and political impotency, find fresh reason for hope.

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About the author (2017)

Rob Taylor had nothing less than the wholesale redress of humans’ socio-spiritual awareness as his goal in writing this book. A California native living in Canada, Taylor has been spiritually active, spilling over with questions and observations relating to humans and nature, since he was a kid. Throughout his life he’s participated in and examined nearly every major religion and spiritual methodology. Taylor is also a US Marine Corps veteran, former law enforcement officer, and two-time cancer survivor.

The Irreducible Primary reflects his experiences, encounters, and inner evolution. He shares it as a timely perspective on spirituality and human conduct that draws on his years of spiritual study and his observations of human conduct during his military and law-enforcement careers. Taylor’s visited and/or lived in the US, Canada, Mexico, Japan, the Philippines, England, Scotland, the Netherlands, France, Israel, Belize, and South Africa. He currently lives in Toronto with his daughter.

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