The Man who Believes God is the Sea

An allegorical tale about a man, who, having heard so much about the sea through other people, has decided to see it for himself, and to derive his spirituality from it. He is a very simple man and yet his spirituality runs deep. All he needs in his life is the sea. Its beauty and its majesty will be enough. More

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Words: 980
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301919710
About B F Moloney

B F Moloney presents his unorthodox tales with a bent sense of humour, a feeling for struggle, and for idealism. These short fictions, intense and impressionistic, may be best described as dark humoured fables or parfables as he likes to call them - hybrids of fable, parable, myth, and anecdote that tell of a subverted normalcy created through character portraits and unusual scenarios; the ideas having sprung from philosophy, religion, mind and body.

B F Moloney grew up in Sydney Australia, travelled a bit, worked here and there and has done a bit of uni. And now in his middle age he is living a writerly life in North West Tasmania.

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