This modern rendition of Bhagvad-Gita in 591 contemporary verse sans 110 interpolations restores to the ancient philosophical thesis about man's existential crisis its pristine character of integral humanism making it the Treatise of Self-help as Arjuna averred in the end to Krishna ‘Glad O Lord / Gone are doubts, / Sense I gained / With Thy words.' (s73, ch.18).
Davis Williams jokingly says he will provide sperm to his lesbian friends. When they take him up on his offer, the three of them embark on a life journey unknown to mainstream America. Tales of buying a male home fertility kit, or selecting an appropriate container for the transfer of semen are told alongside insightful vignettes about life in suburban America.
The purpose of the documentations contained in this book is not to discourage the pursuit of answers to man’s search for “Where did we come from, why are we here, or where do we go when we die.”
Neither is the purpose to bash religion. It is simply to explore how religion has been misused and abused down through the centuries.
This edition contains a surprise BONUS !