Best Spirituality Book for Depression: “What God Wants” by Neale Donald Walsch

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Best Spirituality Book for Depression: What God Wants: A Compelling Answer to Humanity’s Biggest Question by Neale Donald Walsch

What God Wants starts with an overview of what the major world religions teach that God wants from us (love, loyalty, prayer, etc.). Walsch then points out that all of these ideas are based on a single underlying idea, namely: God is separate from us.

This is untrue; “God is life, and life is God.” Therefore, God is without nothing, needs nothing.

Conclusion: What God wants from us is, in a word, nothing. However, we may want to use God in pursuit of our goals for this life.

 

For more about this best spirituality book for depression, see:

What God Wants on Amazon

Neale Donald Walsch on Wikipedia

Official website of Neale Donald Walsch

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