Communion with God deals with the ten major illusions of human - the illusions of need, failure, disunity, insufficiency, requirement, judgment, condemnation, conditionality, superiority, and ignorance. The way all these ten illusions have been put separately and then discussed in detail collectively is truly amazing.
While discussing the ten illusions and a lot more, the book goes deep inside the life of an ordinary human. And what we realize later is that life is the most beautiful gift we have ever got. Each of us has the ability to access eternal wisdom. Indeed, I believe that God is inspiring all of us, all of the time since the highest authority lies within us.
All of life is a gift, and all is perfection - the perfect tool with which to create the perfect opportunity for the perfect expression of perfection itself, in, as, and through us.
When we understand this, we will remain in a state of continual appreciation. That is, we will be growing. Growth is a meaning of appreciation. When something appreciates, it becomes more than it was.
At many a times we might think that we need a particular person to be happy, or a job to be successful, or some other physical or emotional gratification to be content. That is when we may wish to notice that we are here, right now, without it. Why, then, do we think we need it?
Close examination will reveal that we do not need it, not to survive, and not even to be happy.
Happiness is a decision, not an experience.
The book not only touches these points but also reveals much larger facts about the life. It is definitely not a document to be missed under any circumstance. It is another wonderful piece of note that has come out from Neale Donal Walsch. I highly recommend this book to all of you and look forward to see some more intellectual literature from Neale in the near future.