A few years ago, I saw a book called *What God Wants* by Neale Donald Walsche. I had read enough NDW books to feel sure I already knew what NDW meant by What God Wants - Nothing. God already has evreything.
So I did not read the book.
You could also read that as, "What God wants from us."
Again, I felt fairly certain NDW would say to that, - Nothing, except for us to ask God for whatever we want.
I do not remember buying the book but recently I found I had a copy. Things like that happen sometimes.
In it, I read this:- *The human race is in the childhood of its evolution.*
I found that very thought provoking.
If the humam race is in its childhood, that means that when we grow up, life will not be the same any more. It means we will not deal with life the way we used to.
I wonder how we will deal with it.
This is the context:-
In the years immediately ahead the human race could make a dramatic upward jump in its evolutionary process, or it could fall back, staggering and stumbling and ultimately crumbling under the weight of its own past misunderstandings. It’s happened before. It is what can occur when the technological advancement of a species races ahead of its moral, ethical, and spiritual development. Then what the universe has to deal with is children playing with matches. These days, that’s us. The human race is in the childhood of its evolution. There’s nothing wrong with that. Childhood can be a wonderful time. But it’s also a time when great care must be taken. Walsch, Neale Donald (2006-03-13). What God Wants (Conversations With God) (Kindle Locations 135-137). Hodder. Kindle Edition.
Walsch, Neale Donald (2006-03-13). What God Wants (Conversations With God) (Kindle Locations 128-135). Hodder. Kindle Edition.