New York Times Features Outskirts Press Self-Publishing Author D.A. Scott

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Self-publishing author D.A. Scott is scheduled to be featured in an upcoming New York Times ad! The self-help, spiritual book “You Me We …and the other” offers readers insight into their deepest questions about life.

About the Author

D.A. Scott is the child of a prominent physicist, grew up in a household where rational thought and scientific method were the unquestioned norm. At the age of 20, two first-hand, undeniable metaphysical experiences launched a 40-year study of the nature of existence. Scott lived his life believing whole-heartedly there is no such thing as supernatural, making the obvious conclusion that If something occurs in nature, even once, there must be a natural explanation. If it doesn’t fit into the model of what we know, then there must be more for us to learn. Nature is far too sophisticated to leave its subtleties unaccounted for in the grander scheme of creation.

Scott wrote the book “You Me We …and the other” to delve deeper into the age-old questions about the meaning and importance of life.

“Absolute reality exists. Can we comprehend it? That is the eternal question.” – D.A. Scott

You Me We …and the other
YouMeWe‘Why am I here?’… ‘What is the meaning of life?’… ‘Why do we suffer?’…
These age old questions are explored in a new model of creation that fills the paradoxical gaps between science and religion in Scott’s self-help book “You Me We …and the other”.
Readers will be intrigues as that this thought provoking, carefully crafted study connects the dots between theology, mysticism, physics, and psychology. Throughout “You Me We …and the other”, Scott explores how the puzzle pieces of history fit nicely together unveiling an eloquent picture of nature that has remained hidden until this point in time.
You Me We gives you the answers to some of the most haunting questions such as “Why does God let bad things happen to good people?” and “Why does history continue to repeat itself in spite of what we know about its sordid past?”

What we experience and how we experience it is vital to our existence.

Through the 179 pages, Scott explains that as life is happening, understanding some of the underlying forces driving our inner world makes it easier not only to understand ourselves and the others in our lives but to understand the larger social movements around us.

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