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The Reference Point by Johnny Bock



A Journey to the Origin of Belief

The Reference Point begins by telling of an attempted murder gone good. Usually murder, attempted or otherwise, is thought of as a thing gone bad, but with a little help from irony, stress, and mystery, bad intentions slipped into another direction and the participants found themselves in a state that defied earthly description.

Earthly descriptions are notorious for falling short of defining what we regard as the spiritual, so rather than struggle to define, maybe we should simply ask, "Is there such a thing as being so close to the edge that you get a glimpse of an awaiting state?"  


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