A Walkabout is a right of passage that the Australian Aborigines practiced. During a Walkabout a person would undergo a journey during adolescence and live in the wilderness for a period of time. ... More > It is known as a spiritual journey somebody takes as a transition into adulthood.
I came home one night to my parents furious with the decisions that I had been making. Within the next twenty-four hours I found myself stranded in the middle of the western desert of Utah with only the essentials of survival and a journal. It was my turn to experience the Australian Aborigines’ “walkabout.”< Less
Ven, Escríbeme Un Poema, es un compendio poético de temática variada, como fue de variada la temática escultural del Maestro Rafael López del Campo, patriota a... More > quien el poeta dedica este libro. Pues en ambos, escultor y poeta, lo variado de la temática es lo que ha enriquecido su obra, ya que nunca ha estado desligada del amor a la patria.< Less
Ven. Fr. John of Jesus Mary gives a classic treatise for growth in the spiritual life. Written for Discalced Carmelite novices, it is valuable for all who wish to understand and regulate their... More > passions, grow in virtue, avoid vice and practice mental prayer.< Less
In this small book, I argue that suicide is ultimately irrational, and as such, should not be committed. I use logic, personal reflection, and motivational quotations to empower the reader to... More > overcome or help others overcome the temptation to commit suicide. I offer details regarding my bout with suicide and how I overcame it through the wonderful goodness that is rationality.< Less
The Sefer of the Nephilim According to Noach (also known as the Book of Giants; Ogias) is a book of Scripture that was regarded as Scripture by the Essenes and the Manichaean Gnostics. It was written... More > by Noach, in approximately 1,187 years after creation (1,187 AC). Unfortunately, it only survives in fragmentary form, although we have manuscripts both from various Manichaean regions and Qumran regions. It is a Hebraic Roots version, in that many Hebrew words instead of being translated into English are transliterated into English, allowing a fresh approach towards understanding and connecting to the Scriptures.< Less