Christopher Dutton

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Far from the Road, the road more or less travelled, there is, under the Bent Tree, surrounded by long grass, an Old Man and a sleeping Tiger. That is to say that sometimes the man sleeps and sometimes the tiger sleeps. There are times too that both sleep, but because there is always peace, there are never times that both do not sleep.
Strangely too, there is always one tiger for one man or one woman...never more , never less.
What does this mean?
We know the road is life, more or less travelled. We know the long grass is the vagueness of fates between living and wisdom. We "see" things in the distances of our destiny but how do we get there? Do we want to get there?
The Bent Tree is easy. It is Death and it is Wisdom. For all knowledge comes with Death, the Great Portal...and then, that is the end of all Knowledge. Which is Wisdom also. The Death of all Knowledge. Under the Bent Tree, knowledge sleeps.
We are left to explain a man and a tiger. The tiger sleeps and the man is awake. The man is Logic, Reason, Consciousness.
The man sleeps and the tiger roams. Do not be alarmed, however. Though the tiger is indeed a man or woman's passions, without reason and logic, passion is only passion. It is Natural. It creates. It knows nothing of evil.
Unless the man or woman awakens also. Then we have a soul to deal with.

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Long Road
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 98,000. Language: English. Published: May 11, 2013 by Christopher Dutton. Category: Nonfiction » Social Science » Political science
Long Road: a collection of blogs, other writings that address the human condition in social and individual terms over the angst and turmoil of the mid 1900's to present day.

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Political Moments
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 30,640. Language: English. Published: April 8, 2014. Category: Essay » Political
Political Moments is a collection of quotes taken from the novel 'A Dangerous God, bastards of angels' and other works. It covers areas such as war, politics, evolution, free will, religion, humanism, tyranny, liberty, economics.
The Seven Days of Wander
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 150,620. Language: English. Published: April 16, 2013. Category: Fiction » Literature » Religious
A philosophical fictional novel about the adopted son of Christ The beggar boy, the main character of this book, was the adopted son of Christ but was abandoned by the disciples after the Crucifixion. Destiny and fate revolve and conflict around this "Beggar's Young Son" as the now thirty year old man is called.
Firestorm and other Pieces of Wind
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 78,170. Language: English. Published: April 15, 2013. Category: Fiction » Adventure » General
Six fictional short stories of Algonquin Park FIRESTORM and other Pieces of the Wind is a collection of six fictional short stories which blend the human spirit and the natural soul of Algonquin park
Cloaks and Maidens; Gods and Train
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 22,330. Language: English. Published: April 14, 2013. Category: Fiction » Literature » Literary
A collection of short stories and excerpts from novels "We make fiction for the same reason we make gods. To awaken aspirations. Or deviations."
The Bent Tree and the Sleeping Tiger
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 52,950. Language: English. Published: April 10, 2013. Category: Fiction » Inspirational
An old hermit monk and a sleeping tiger sit under a bent tree. Visitors to this odd little 'piece of heaven and earth' learn something of a taoist's thoughts which change their minds,and,thus, their Ways too.

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