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All Is Well

"Know the Truth and the Truth shall set you Free"

The Ethos

This is where we try to bring hope, optimism, peace of mind and Truth to those who seek it. All is well. That's the Truth.

What you're about to read may be difficult for you to accept, not least because it has nothing to do with either religion or science, both of which are creations of man to supposedly explain life, the universe and our place and purpose in it.

Religion, whilst holding many truths, is a belief system based on a variety of ancient ideas and superstitions that are not always relevant to our present time. Moreover, all religions continue to create differences between faiths and cultures and historically have been the cause of most of the wars and discord in the world. I'll bet God isn't religious.

Science (usually considered the opposite to religion yet acting as a religion to many scientists) fares no better. The reason being that it is changeable. Therefore, it can never be fact or Truth. For example, science once held that the world was flat, that man would never travel faster than the speed of sound, that Earth was the centre of the Universe etc. Much of what is considered to be scientific fact today will one day be considered a primitive myth.

Truth - real Truth, is unchangeable. It is the reality that always has been and always will be, regardless of the passing of time. Moreover, it is the  duty of humanity to seek, to know and to live by the Truth.

The purpose of this website is to look 'outside of the box' and to think laterally on new ideas and possibilities and even to make a paradigm shift on the Truth of reality.

Join us on this incredible journey and discover the Truth for yourself.

“I was not aware of the moment when I first crossed the threshold into this life. What was that power that made me open into this vast mystery, like a bud in the forest at midnight? And yet, when in the morning I looked upon the light, I felt that I was no stranger in this world; that the inscrutable with no name had taken me in its arms in the form of my own mother. Even so, in the end the same unknown will appear as known to me, and because I love this life I know I cannot fear death. The child cries out when from the right breast the mother takes it away, while the very next moment to find in the left breast, its solace and consolation.”

From Gitanjali by Rabindranath Tagore


We live in a world of uncertainty, which means we can never know what the future holds or even how long that future will be. We attempt to plan our lives in a life that is constantly destroying our plans and in which personal aspirations and ambitions can be dashed at a stroke. Every day we see and experience suffering and pain, war and want, all made worse by conflict and hate between individuals and nations.

To many it probably seems like a pointless existence where we feel powerless to change our circumstances and our environment and find ourselves succumbing to conditions which seem to be beyond our control.

Where is Hope?

Well, I believe the answer to that question can be found in these pages. What I want you to know at the outset is that contrary to general belief all these negative issues and events that affect us do not happen by accident or chance – they happen for a reason and that reason will become clearer to you as we go on. Moreover, when you understand the ‘grand plan’ you will begin to understand the reason for life in this world and more importantly, the reason you are part of the plan.

The purpose of this project is to bring hope to a world that desperately needs it and my hope is that I can bring some comfort and optimism to the reader who desires it. As a mere layman myself I have written this project in terms that I trust you can easily understand even though the subject matter by its very nature is far more complex. To help you better understand the content of this site it is essential to realise the following:

We come into this world with nothing and we leave with nothing – of the physical. What we take with us however is far more important, it is the sum total of all our earthly experiences, positive and negative, from which we must learn and where necessary, change. Life is eternal, the physical life being only a small part in the Grand Scheme of Things, and to experience it all to the fullest we must continually live, learn, improve, develop and evolve as spiritual beings. At this present moment in your life you are privileged to be both physical and spiritual in nature and so you should use both these gifts to accomplish your purpose for being here; to learn and to LOVE and to share that knowledge and that love with others to make this world a better place.

And when you eventually leave, in spite of the many hardships you will have endured as well as the many joyful times you have had, you will know that the best times are yet to come and…All Is Well.


"I don't know what I may seem to the world, but as to myself, I seem to have been only like a boy playing on the sea shore and diverting myself in now and then finding a smoother pebble or prettier shell than ordinary, whilst the great ocean of Truth lay all undiscovered before me". Sir Isaac Newton