Month: June 2018
From what I have observed of shame, it has a taste.
Metallic, subtle, sulphurously hiding underneath
one’s gritted teeth, it cloaks itself in sugar-coated
candyflossedish vain houdiniesque derangerous
escapological decay. For people run from shame as if
it was a guillotine or other similarly end-it-all device.
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IF I GO SOMEWHAT QUIETER ON HERE, it’s because I’m now concentrating on finishing my upcoming eBook, “Narrow Gate ~ Pathway Strait: The Road I have Chosen”. (By the way, please do not confuse the word “strait” with the identical-sounding word “straight”. Their only similarity is phonetic. They are VERY different in meaning — especially in the context of this eBook! 😉). The cover page is the image you see above. (And, so you know, I take the path on the left in the image. I ain’t fooled by pretty flowers 🙂).
The first 55 pages contain a spiritual autobiography (starting from birth) and the remaining pages are an extended presentation of what I have discovered in my almost seventy years of existence (three-score years and ten 😉) about what lies behind what can be Read the rest of this entry »