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The Burning Cauldron and Working Towards Death

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What’s this book about? Not into judgment. Anyway, not sure what anything is or is supposed to be. The book, a string of words that seek to instruct, to lead, to influence and reveal the galaxy of illusions. The moral of the story, the need to define leads us only to confine. ….What do I care about appearances? At my age, it doesn’t matter. It’s all passing. You die. I die. Appearances die. Simple. ….Defining self. Long winded. Oblivious. Unaware of the outside world of adults. Me, aware of sensation only, relating only to what I can touch and feel; biological all. ….Love the concept of wishing. It’s the idea of creation of a world all your own. You are what you think. You can shape the world the way you want. Plus, you are the great gatekeeper. The negative, the cruel, the hurtful can be banished. ….It’s been asked millions of times before, and I asked it again, must I live my life to avoid what’s been done previous to... More > my birth? No. My motto then, do as you wish, wish as you do< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781312052932
Edition
First Edition
Published
February 26, 2014
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
105.67 KB

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Printable? Yes
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