Learn to see and read the signs and overcome the submission of the human spirit as we break free from yesterday.
In short: “What does this have to do with the world that I know?” But after delving into it, I came to realize just how relevant it is; and not only in the negative sense.
I love history. Like the Bible, it’s a fascinating read about people you may or may not have heard of but who came, saw, and conquered or perhaps were conquered.
Evil is vividly depicted in “The Big Sleep”, but the author never lapses into excess. The result is a very enjoyable read, even for readers who are not big fans of mystery or detective fiction.
We reach out to the ones drowning among the crashing waves and pull them into the light of warmth by giving our whole heart.
Peace is felt each time we triumph and prevail through every struggle we experience as we close another chapter of this journey we each have alone.
But it was only after I began to write stories, a children’s book, and then a book featuring teenagers for adult consumption did I realize that maybe I hadn’t followed my own advice. Perhaps the adage, follow your dreams meant something completely different.
As a new dawn draws closer our fragility becomes more clear.
The story as a whole is consistently compelling; it is witty, thoughtful, and in the end quite moving.
Feeling a spirit of darkness within the global winds as an aggression fills the flesh of man.