A modern woman has an extraordinary dream that seems like a near-death experience. This gives rise to a quest for truth. Dissatisfied with answers at home, she takes her search abroad and enters a labyrinth of fortunetellers, religious scholars, Sufi guides and spiritual archaeologists. Propelled by what she discovers, her journey continues to the foundation of religious unity.
Religion’s Common Denominator Is The Light
God does not have a religion.
God does not speak a language.
God does not have a culture.
It is we who require these things.
Judith Lambert’s joy in her spiritual journeys culminated in writing, The Light: A Modern-Day Journey for Peace, which won five book awards in 2017 and 2018. For the last 37 years Judith has lived in Saudi Arabia and the Kingdom of Thailand where she was host to a world of exotic travel and hidden places. Extensive experiences and research abroad enabled her to study various cultures and religions first hand. Her subject matter is accessible to everyone, and she deftly weaves psychology, spirituality, religion, dream interpretation and experiential encounters into her books.