A part of of Rick says keep going and the other part agrees. So, whats stopping him from going beyond the distance to his happiness that is ever so near? Revisited by the angel of death on numerous occasions as well as being blessed with the gift of life equally. Rick travels through the many elements of the earth... escaping danger, coping with internal pain and a conscious that won't let his thoughts come to a simple conclusion.
He calls it plugging in. He ties his afro into a bun, swings his book bag across one shoulder and steps outside. He puts his headphones in, turns the music off and walks. If you see him you would think he is listening to music but he's not. It's his escape. He used to walk around, his head held high, smiling, and then the world found him. Quick conversations, judgmental stares, crooked smiles, he was losing himself. The Poet's Song: Poetry from a troubled youth, is a collection of poetry that retells my life stories: a young boy yearning for a father, a teen grappling with death and sexuality, a college student struggling to find his place and purpose in life. Many of the stories will talk about the most vulnerable times in my life; others will just be whimsical poems with no meaning whatsoever. I share these stories not for myself, but for the next generation of dreamers who are labeled "troubled" or "different." The collection of poems are meant to serve as a message that anything is possible if you try, and even if you fail, then at least you tried. After many years of pain, struggle, and hurt, I have learned that nothing beats failure except effort and whether one fails or succeeds comes down to his trying. This, then, is my try, my effort, my attempt.
A murder occurs in a 'secret room' but is the murdered really dead? Whats all the mystery surrounding the Cedars? How could someone be killed if they slept in a locked room? What is Silas Blackburn's secret? Is Bobby the culprit and does Katherine have something to hide? And to top it all off who's the strange quite ghost-like figure in black... With a wonderful art of deduction like Sherlock Holmes, Carlos Paredes eventually solves this unusual case...
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A true account of divine encounters of a most beautiful kind--visitations of a holy being bringing a divine message.
Haidakhan Babaji is a legendary teacher, a manifestation of divine love, who appeared in the foothills of the Himalaya in the middle of the last century, and who left his body on Valentine's Day, 1984. Babaji appeared to Geri on more than one occasion, encouraging her to write a short and sweet, unvarnished handbook about the methods she had learned and used in finding her own inner peace and healing.
How to Find Your Inner Glow is a step-by-step guided meditation--and more. It is a quick and easy method leading you to the gateway of inner peace and divine unity. Babaji reveals a beautiful, divine message as he appears to Geri in the early hours of the morning in out-of-body encounters. Part of that message is that he is still very much here with all of us today. There is no separation.
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