A new work of Christian fiction entitled The Shack, by author William P. Young, has
become quite the phenomenon of late. Being heralded as a book that could change
the face of Christianity, I had considered taking the time to read it; but my distaste
for most Christian doctrines in general made it very difficult for me to do so. Still,
every place I turned I kept running into this book it seemed. When my wife told me
she had recently received a copy as a gift from someone, I relented and began reading
Our human existence on this earth has been one of duality or polarity. When good is being created something we call “bad” comes along to represent the polarity. As we grow in our consciousness, we strive for oneness and unity which dissolves duality. Love is the divine force which shatters polarity. Sure we all make mistakes and polarize and then because of the work we do we remember who we really are. We are one! We come back to the wholeness of ourselves a complete circle. We also remember we are part of the whole or the one. There is no duality or sides in a circle because there is no beginning or end just unity.