Audible The Light: A Modern Day Journey for PeaceAuthor Judith T. Lambert –

A Quest For Truth A modern woman has an extraordinary dream that seems like a neardeath experience This gives rise to a quest for truth Dissatisfied with answers at home, she takes her search abroad and enters a labyrinth of fortunetellers, religious scholars, Sufi guides and spiritual archaeologists Propelled by what she discovers, her journey continues to the foundation of religious unity ˃˃˃ Religion’s Common Denominator Is The Light God does not have a religionGod does not speak a languageGod does not have a cultureIt is we who require these things ˃˃˃ The groundbreaking novel on the neardeath experience that unveils the roots to a global spirituality˃˃˃ Gods and the names of God have changed in every era, yet one dynamic remains constant, the Light Scroll Up And Grab Your Copy Today! The Light: A Modern Day Journey for Peace

About the Author: Judith T. Lambert

I received my M.A in Religious Studies from John F Kennedy University, Orinda, California My early career led to life in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and into a world of exotic travel and hidden places Extensive experiences abroad enabled me to study various cultures and religions first hand I feel my research and unique situation gives my works a totally fresh perspective and makes a contribu

10 thoughts on “The Light: A Modern Day Journey for Peace

  1. Heidi The Reader Heidi The Reader says:

    In The Light, Judy, the author, chronicles her dreams and her search through various countries and cultures for their ultimate meaning. She calls this book, a memoir, with some pieces changed to protect the privacy of the people involved. I found it to be an engaging look into the life of a spiritual seeker and a fascinati

  2. Aly Aly says:

    Religion is different for every one. I enjoyed going on a journey/adventure to find peace with this author. I don't read many books like this either but this was fun for me to see how I liked this book. I experienced something different in this book. I was taken on a trip to find spiritual light. * I received this book from t

  3. MizzSandie MizzSandie says:

    Won this in Goodreads Giveaway (my first ever win) - thank you! :)

    This was a mixed bag for me.
    I liked the writing and found both the characters and their relationships well described and interesting and very honest and believable. People came off as real people, and was portrayed both from their 'good' and 'ba

  4. Meredith Meredith says:

    This book was a very enjoyable read. I very much appreciated the material and the drawing of easy connections across cultures, communities and faiths. These connections are real, and if people could see them it truly would bring a greater peace to our troubled globe. That being said, I personally would have found a deeper look at p

  5. Laura VanZant Laura VanZant says:

    Amazing, thought-provoking, and deeply influential

  6. Helen Helen says:

    I won a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway in exchange for an honest review.

    First impressions: I thought the front cover was quite appropriate and that several of the quotes were very interesting and thought provoking.

    The black moment is the moment when the real message of the transformation is going to c

  7. dreamingofpages dreamingofpages says:

    'It's as if I have been propelled by an unknown force into the night sky. But what I see is not the night sky. There are no stars. Rather, it feels like I am floating, suspended in a cosmic, empty space.'

    After having an extraordinary dream, the author embarks on an insightful journey abroad in search for peace and truth about th

  8. Grace Viola Grace Viola says:

    This is more like a 3 and 3/4 stars. I Judith Lambert sent me The Light. Not going to lie I judged this by the cover. I started this book thinking it would be a dry nonfiction story about different religious in different counties. I grew up in a Christian family and have always been intrigued by different views on religion. So, I started it as

  9. Klancy Klancy says:

    Thank you to Judith T. Lambert for providing me a copy of her book for an honest review.

    I have to confess that I don’t usually read non-fiction stories, so I don’t really have a point-of-reference I can use as a comparison.

    HOWEVER, I was very impressed by Judith T. Lambert’s writing! Her journey to discover the trut

  10. Julia Huynh Julia Huynh says:

    Goodreads Giveaway Book Review:

    My opinion of this book is along the lines of a quote that somebody once said : It did not change my life but changed my perspective.

    In this day and age where religion is open for everyone and accessible but also openly discriminated against; I feel this books opens up the world of religion fro

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