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A Soul’s Journey is one good Souls struggle making it’s way through the Soul Line! There are choices to be made and rules to follow, and just like the people of Earth, if rules are broken, unintentionally or not, there are consequences that follow, judgments to be rendered and punishments to fit the crime.
Strengthened, I again am able to nurture. I use diet, not drugs, to combat Missy Older’s allergies. I make an effort to teach Older Dude to share our garden with our neighbors, our toys with our visitors, and our living room with Missy Younger. I show Older Dude and Missy Older how to use words to stop bullies. I gift myself with affirmations.
Charlie Duffy: A Second Hit Man Trilogy (Books 4, 5 and 6), continues where the first Trilogy (Books 1, 2, and 3) left off. Charlie, now in his middle seventies, and after working alone for over 30 years, has decided he is no longer physically capable of running his business alone.
To correct this, Charlie added two female partners, Gloria and Babs, to his previous solo Hit Man operation. He is now, based on the recommendation of Gloria, considering expanding their group by adding a male partner, Brett Striker, as a trainee into the world of hit men and women.
In fifty essays, On Golden Limestone glimpses the Israeli people, their communication, their day-to-day goings on, and their momentous occasions. Living in Israel means embracing multiculturalism, joining in an array of lifecycle events, and easing up on relationship strictures. Although immigrants bring foreign particularities to this place of sand and sun, Israel pours an even greater depth of character into her newcomers. It remains important, in this unique quarter, to differentiate among: modes of gesturing, ways of bargaining, and avenues for seeking children’s spouses. Few geographies proffer enormity per parking tickets, dentists, or ethnic violence, concurrent with ascribing significance to aureate sunsets.
A Passion for Disaster Volumes I and II offers a challenging selection of J.G. Van Tine’s work for the theater, including The House of Tolstoy, H. Melville, Whaler, and Assassination Games These dramas are exceptional in engaging perverse motives, denied energies and entrapment tactics in their social and intimate hiding places: in politics and family, on the job, in secret fantasies, among children, before the mirror, behind ambitions, and in bed.