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LEVELS OF UNDERSTANDING, MOUNTAINS OF CHANGE, AND NO HORIZONS.

THERE IS a land without a horizon. If you stand upon this land and stare with a keen gaze far into the distance, you will see, not a horizon, but at the farthest, most visible line, a mountain range. 1,167 more words

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The Ultimate Chocolate Cake and an Extraordinary Book.

My small girl was born half-strangled, the umbilical cord wrapped four times around her neck. Unlike the birth days of my other children, it’s not a memory I like to revisit. 34 more words

Books

Catch up

I’ve read a few books recently but I don’t have a lot of time to review them properly so here they are in no particular order : 82 more words

Fiction

Life After Life: Why you shouldn't quit reading the book you're not enjoying

A few years ago I tried to read Kate Atkinson’s Life After Life. I made it 20 or 30 pages in and thought ‘meh,’ and gave up. 551 more words

Fiction

Never Had an NDE, But Anecdotal Evidence Convinces Me They're Likely Real

One of my favorite Shakespeare quotes goes as follows: “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.”  Going back as far as I can remember, I’ve pondered where we as beings came from before birth and go to after we die.   777 more words

If You Could Live This Life Again, Would You?

A quote at the front of Kate Atkinson’s Life After Life from the lead character’s younger brother reads:

“What if we had a chance to do it again and again, until we finally got it right?

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Book Reviews

Deleting perceptions the hard way!

Rewind and start your day all again and think for a minute was there any moment you forgive someone for the way they behaved they treated or their character itself is. 462 more words

Life After Life!