This is a coming of age tale about the bearded man, whom of which is on a journey to right the wrongs of his past. We grow up with him as he thieves his way surviving the hellish enclave of the American West known as Diablo Canyon.
Midnight Noon is an interstitial allegory written under the guise of an old pulp western that challenges the reader to look deeper into what is merely written.
George is nearly 70 years old. He is walking over 2,000 miles across the western U.S. to visit a dying friend. The author encounters George on an interstate highway and gives him a ride and a place to sleep for the night. The author learns the compelling story of George's life, marriage, loss of wife and child in an auto accident, and the great lesson of forgiveness that confronts all of us.
There are times when honouring a promise can be harder than we expected.
Jesse has always been the epitome of integrity and good judgement, until a tragic event pushes her to the brink of moral bankruptcy.
During the final weeks before losing her ten-year-long battle with cancer, Leila had one last request. And now, honour binds Jesse to a promise she wishes she had never made.
Lessons in Relationships 3.11
This compilation of essays, quotations, and sayings from past and current sages can guide and energize you into taking action that will support your ever-increasing personal development, your well-being, and that of the those around you.
“The quality of your life is in direct proportion to the quality of your relationships.” - Anthony Robbins