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By: John Hall


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This thoughtful book explores fundamental questions about life on Earth – how did we get here, and what sustains us? For generations humanity has relied on natural cycles that predate us - seasonal rains to nourish crops, a hospitable climate – but who or what engineered this system perfect for human life?

Author John Hall posits that there may be an omnipresent creative force behind not just the climate, but a wholesome world rich in all we need to thrive. As the human population expands faster than ever, we depend more than ever on natural patterns outside of our control. By pondering the origins of this miraculous ecosystem made for humankind, we gain perspective on an intelligence greater than our own, one that designed the ideal conditions for our eternity on this planet and beyond. This provocative book urges us to reflect on the deeper roots below the surface of life as we know it.

John Hall was born in 1947 in Merredin, a country wheatbelt town in Western Australia. Here he developed a love for country life and nature.

When he was married to Margaret, he lived in the City of Perth, the capital of Western Australia. Here in Perth, where three sons were born to them, Hayden, Joshua and Eliot.

During his mid-forties, John began a personal growth journey which made him ask questions on human life and nature, resulting in this book.

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