I gave a friend of mine beyond good and evil to read, not because I want to introduce him to new thought, nietze is a cunt, I just wanted to torture him, and hopefully, cause him to become depressed and possibly kill himself because of newly found existentialist thoughts.
Anyways, he thinks we're now "book buddies" or some faggot shit like that. And he gave me something in return, what he reffers to as, interesting and deep.
The book, is by richard bach, and is about metaphysics and spirituality, and, guess what, it has the most cliche name for a metaphysics book possible, Illusions. LMAO, illusions. Anyways, Before reading it, I did some research on the author and book, here's what I came up with:
Bach espouses a consistent philosophy in his books: Our true nature is not bound by space or time, we are expressions of the Is (see: Non-duality), we are not truly born nor truly die, and we enter this world of Seems and Appearances for fun…