Mergs (Or Why Godot Can’t Come) free for the Kindle for one day only, Saturday August 10.
In a world that worships power and raises human beings onto pedestals erected from the insubstantial building blocks of ego, hubris, and self-delusion, it is no wonder that we look for meaning and enlightenment in all the wrong places. We turn a dismissive eye to human suffering and most other things that might blur the image of our own reflection in the world around us. We walk by a homeless person while looking away at more inviting vistas, or perhaps assuage our guilt by putting a dollar in their empty cup with the knowledge that there for the Grace . . . . But what if we could see that each one of us–even the most wretched soul amongst us living in despair without hope of redemption–is, in fact a god in a universe of one whom sentient beings worship and depended totally upon for their own salvation?
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