What to Do When You’re Dead is not a touchy-feel-good spiritual guide.
It is an awakening, with a warning about man’s possible self-destruction.
Sondra Sneed was an atheist.
She was unemployed and had just lost the relationship with the man she loved.
She was living in a rental house in Secaucus, New Jersey, dealing with unbearable loneliness.
Sitting in her basement, smoking cigarettes and writing, she was surprised when something new happened. Her pen started to move, and she didn’t know what she was writing until her pen stopped. The words that she found on the first line of the notebook were…
Unemployed? It is my assertion you are employed by me.
This began a dialogue that lasted through 10 spiral notebooks in a year's time and many more words written on backs of envelopes and on scraps of paper and many more spiral notebooks. Seven years have passed since a voice from eons with knowledge of origins worked to answer Sondra's every question. What you will read in What To Do When You’re Dead will change the way you think about your life, remind you that you are a process of God, help you find the reason you were born, and tell you why it is so important to find your place on that path.
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