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Antoine A Raphael
Antoine A Raphael
A stranger's wonderful chronicle
There is a stranger, according to an investigating reporter, Brian Clifford, who is spreading the good everywhere.
This book of short stories, as its titled alluded to, tries to give a picture of a wonderful stranger. He may typify anyone going everywhere, who believes he has reached civilization and remains fully aware of his status. Then, to justify his civilizing nature, he strives against creating fear around him. He tries instead to generate a feeling of trust in others by the tone of his voice, his body posture, his gestures and his deeds.
He believes in values.
His primary values happen to be biological (see chapter 7); for, they constitute the building materials, the foundation of his being at which others have a glimpse of, at first sight, and which shares space and time with all existing beings on the planet. He can’t understand his existence without the intricacies of his biochemical and physiological processes
Then, realizing the great importance of his body, he genuinely takes it of his temple temple.
He also believes that any sensible, reasonable person must think like him.
As his temple, he knows that without proper treatment of his body, evil, coming in all kinds of deceiving forms, will invade it and destroy it.
But how can responsible adults allow themselves to mistreat a distressing adolescent? Listen, Norbert, each woman should take herself for the mother of mankind. By the same token, each man should consider himself to be the father of mankind. They should give a warm welcome to all the children in the world, as if they they were their own; for, these children will ensure the continuity of the human species.