Prison Planet tackles questions of life by looking at the inception of life.
Through a maze of intriguing questions Prison Planet forces you to understand more of the personal meaning of life to you as an individual. The book was originally intended to add a Christian perspective to life events. Through a series of tragedies experienced while writing the book it actually transformed into hope and inspiration. If you had questions about the planet you live on or the future you have this book will surely help complete your journey. With a Christian overtone you will find hope and peace no matter the situation you encounter.
Have you ever wondered why you are here? I guess the question has always been around and the answers are numerous. Your knowledge probably began in school which referred to everything as mass and energy. There were many theories on how the design of this universe came into existence although there is not much evidence to support most theories. I decided to look at the matter from the viewpoint of most people without any religious or scientific influence. Basically you can look around and you will notice that this planet is self-sustaining. It does not have a thermostat to set the temperature; you don’t need to supply it with water, food, or power. These systems are already in place. The Earth comes with all the raw materials that are naturally recyclable. To test these theories just leave something alone in the weather. You will find over time it will return to the Earth. Then you have man. The quest of man is trying to determine how everything works and why this is the only planet with intelligent life. For many years man has studied creation and has yet to figure out how to make the most basic thing which is life. We do our best to sustain life through advanced medical care but we cannot create life. It seems strange to me that everyone knows they will die yet the memory of generations before us gets cloudy over time. I could not name my family just two generations prior to me. How did you get here? You had no choice in where or to whom you were born. It is hard for me to believe everything around me including myself was a roll of the dice. I believe this sums up the struggle that most people have.