"What God Wants" addresses humanity's most important question. For centuries we have been trying to determine what exactly it is that puts us in good standing with God, earning us a place in God's kingdom after our death, bringing us a good life while here on earth. Now, in a startlingly clear, direct and simple text, Neale Donald Walsch asks: What if God wanted nothing at all from us? What if God were not a separate being who demanded obedience and supplication, because God was everything and everything was God? The knowledge that we were all a part of God would set us all free from the fear of having to please God. Instead of worrying about an afterlife, we could embrace and rejoice in our time in the here and now. Rather than treating our loved ones one way and disregarding others, we would think of all of our fellow humans - all over the world - as family, with love and compassion. In his usual voice of clarity and simplicity, Neale Donald Walsch presents us with this astonishing message of freedom and responsibility, and presents the answer to humanity's oldest question that fits all religions and, ultimately, transcends them.