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Spirituality Beyond Religion

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Sunday, September 12, Surinder Singh and Ann Whitehead Garner co-hosts this weekly broadcast. Listen to their unique perspectives about ‘Spirituality Beyond Religion’ and dial-in to participate with your take on the subject.

Surinder Singh is a retired airline pilot who flew to many interesting destinations all over the world. Through his years of flying he developed a relationship with life and cultures from varying perspectives of human activity in diverse places on the planet. At the prime of his successful career, he felt his life taking a turn towards spirituality to seek deeper meaning of his personal existence. His passion for spirituality further intensified after he survived a Near Death Experience. His spiritual insights have taken a form of a book, The Power of Raw Thought. The book is insightful, uplifting, and inspirational narrative that reveals remarkable insight into man's complex and deeply personal relationship with questions of existence and god. The author recounts fascinating and captivating personal stories that are part auto-ethnography, part philosophical musings about universal spirituality, and part testament to the boundless imagination of the human mind.

Ann Whitehead Garner is an ordained Christian Minister (since 1988) and Thanks-Giving Square Interfaith Council member (since 1995). Ann began studying The Urantia Book in 1978 and has been involved with the world community of readers since the mid 1980's, and served on the World General Council (a body of 36 representatives) as well as Director of North American Area Coordinators. She taught computer software & English as a Second Language at The University of Texas at Arlington and was Vice President of three national companies.

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