Go on, Nick. Tell us what we are supposed to know. You're the man with all the answers. How about stopping with the bragging and criticising and just tell us these important gems of wisdom? What is the larger "I" that Needleman claims to transcend death? Is it the whole universe or a smaller, more local entity? Is it, as claimed in an NDE, a mandala of interwoven souls, like a soul group?Needleman liner notes wrote:On one level, I Am Not I brings younger readers (teenagers and young adults) face to face with powerful spiritual and philosophical ideas. But as the book progresses, the dialogue delves into questions and insights that carry astonishing new hope and vision for every man and woman, challenging our culture’s accepted—and often toxic—ideas about humanity’s place in a living universe.
I suppose you would see that as casting pearls before swine. So instead you seem to prefer poking and hassling the swine without offering them anything and seeing that as the act of a wise man.