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Reviewed by Jamie Michele for Readers' Favorite
We Are Life by Peter Griffiths is a non-fiction theology book that explores the complex ties between ourselves as humans and the entirety of life in all of its many forms on earth. Griffiths begins with a story of his relative youth with a farmer who was an adept water diviner in his native Australia, a small experience alongside a handful of conversations that had a profound effect on a young man's perception of energy and connectivity. A few years later Griffiths has a flash of insight—a vision—giving cause for much deeper, much more meaningful looks into life energy and life force over the next five decades. Spread throughout ten chapters, Griffiths describes his perspective on our bodies, origin, and purpose, Mother Nature and our sense of self, spirituality, religion, and death, and the sustainability of humanity into the future.
Peter Griffiths writes with a relatable voice that makes We Are Life easy to understand, no small task for a book meant to assist in understanding the meaning of life. There's an authenticity to Griffiths' method of writing that made me feel like I was having a conversation with a friend, and this is where I believe my level of trust and comfort was extended above and beyond where it would normally lie with another less skilled writer. What I found most interesting was the biological science employed in a great deal of the connections made, particularly as it applied to Mother Nature and the chapter on whether or not she has an agenda. Her predisposition to heal and balance gives us the answer even if we are unable to grasp something so much greater than us. If anyone can explain it in a way that brings you over to the light side, it's going to be Peter Griffiths. Very highly recommended.