This is a well written reflection on the human condition that I recommend to anyone who needs some perspective on who we really are. Tom has generously made Trying to Remember available for anyone who needs such a reminder. You can get a copy by the book by writing to Tom at firstname.lastname@example.org, and he will send you a free PDF. Tom also gives permission to copy and distribute his book. Take the chance to enjoy the words of this Charlottesville writer, and share it with a friend as well.
Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions was written 1884 by Edwin A. Abbot. In it the author describes a 2-dimensional world inhabited by 2-dimensional beings. When these beings encounter a 3-dimensional reality, they can only perceive it from a 2-dimensional viewpoint. Author of Trying to Remember Tom Hansen uses the ideas from Flatland to describe how the human experience is just as limited. We think we live in a 3-dimensional world and interpret what we experience from this perspective, while in reality, there is an unlimited reality that we can access. The title of the book refers to the fact that we have created this 3-dimensional experience, and then forgotten where we came from.
Tom takes the reader on a humorous journey describing the human condition in an easy-to-understand way. Tom writes: “We need to remember that our True Selves are divine, powerful, unlimited, expanding, faithful, and the creators of loving manifestation …”