TREAT- This word of the day, as with so many in the English language, may be use as both subject and predicate (verb or action word). We, for instance, may hear someone say “I have a special treat for you”. Often such treats are in the form of sweets, but may be anything perceived as being special for you. The verb usage might be exampled thusly; “Don’t go in there. He will treat you terribly”. At the risk of being redundant, I will mention that I have written and published a book. Wilderness Cry- A Scientific and Philosophical approach to Understanding God and the Universe. This book offers you a real “treat”. I am allowed to say that because I “treat” the subject of God and His MO (mode of operation) in a way never before espoused. That treatment required a definition of God’s “essence”which, by its very nature, not only allows but demands a clear explanation and understanding of all the so-called mysteries in our lives. Now that is a “real treat”! It explores and defines in very certain terms basically all of our imponderables. Volumes could be written about each entity discussed, but that would have defeated my purpose. Likely, only the most studious would persevere through such verbiage. My book is short, sweet. and to the point in all considerations. It could, in fact, be considered almost synoptic in form. It is available Amazon, Kindle, and most other on-line book retailers. Autographed copies from me by request (email- firstname.lastname@example.org). All comments and suggestions appreciated.
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