The search for self runs straight into random violence and beauty in fourteen tales of hope, hurt, courage, loss, and redemption.
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One man runs for his life, while another finds a home in an out-of-the way coffee shop, a woman gains hope from the most unlikely of heroes, and a stand is taken in an uprising of one.
Aaron's Intifada breaks through with original characters and situations and a distinctive take on life.
How do you reconcile the abundance of cruelty and evil in the world with the ability of the most unassuming among us to make such a sacrifice? How do such saints coexist with such devils? In the last few months I've seen evil enough to crush your soul and goodness enough to break your heart. Five years? I wondered, an ending or a fresh start?