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The Story of Everything

The Story of Everything

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Published by SquareCircles
Michelle Klimesh has condensed the Urantia Book down to 279 pages, covering the main points in each of the 196 papers.
Michelle Klimesh has condensed the Urantia Book down to 279 pages, covering the main points in each of the 196 papers.

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Copyright © 2002, 2005 by Michelle Klimesh
REVISED EDITION 2005
Cover artwork and design: Patricia FeareySQUARE CIRCLES PUBLISHING, INC.www.squarecircles.com
ISBN#0-9666705-9-0Library of Congress Control Number: 2002096218
Printed in the United States of America byMorris PublishingKearney, Nebraska
 
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Introduction
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 N AUGUST OF 1994, Wayne and Ute Ferrier started an online studygroup for students of 
The Urantia Book 
. Their idea was to readfrom the beginning of the book and discuss each paper via email. I joined in their study.Within a few months, the founding members of the online study groupdropped away, but I continued to post weekly impressions of each paper.Occasionally other readers—Kevin Brown, Juan Juan, Bud Kagan, andJim and Cheryl McCallon—contributed offerings while I was out of town.One night I read the first sixty essays in order. I was stunned todiscover that I was writing a condensation of 
The Urantia Book 
.From time to time other readers of 
The Urantia Book 
asked if I was planning to publish the series as a book. Parents wrote to tell me that their teenagers were reading my posts because they were easier to understandthan the full text. One friend said that she was forwarding the digests on toher parents, who wanted to know what
The Urantia Book 
was about butdidn’t want to read the whole thing.One reader who suggested that I turn the digests into a book wasSaskia Raevouri of Square Circles Publishing. Over the next few yearsSaskia read each condensed paper with me, suggested revisions, and even-tually helped me to turn my words into camera-ready copy. Without Saskia,
The
 
Story of Everything 
would not exist.I love
The Urantia Book 
. It gives me hope that there is sense in theuniverse, that there is order in apparent chaos, that good will triumph over evil, and that I can and will survive the seeming insanity of the strange planet of my birth. It soothes my weariness to open the pages of 
TheUrantia Book 
. No mere digest will ever take its place.Writing
The Story of Everything 
deepened my view of life in thesame way that seeing the first photograph of Earth from space gave me anew vision of our planet. I hope your experience in reading this revisededition will be equally valuable.Michelle KlimeshMarch 2005

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