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And a Thousand Ghosts Were Stirred (The Guy in the Shades Collection,Vol 1)
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Copyright:  August, 2012 ISBN-13:  9781476138336

Jake and Julie were always sweethearts, until...

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This is a story about Jake and Julia. It’s a twisted tale of how compassion and indifference rarely traverse the same path in life, but once that course becomes a means of access, the ensuing karma can shape the lives of the innocent for years. In this case, the forcible accumulation of loneliness can provoke one’s indiscriminate disbursing of it on the blameless.


If the classical definitions of daydreaming and imagination were to be merged, it could possibly read as follows: “A detachment from one’s immediate surroundings, during which one’s contact with reality is blurred, resulting in a partially substituted visionary fantasy or image or sensation that isn’t readily perceived by sight, sound or other senses.”

Such a fine line between the two and it’s my opinion that the rudimentary pillar for both is to covet. We all do, but for the sake of fairness, I will ask “who among you can cast the first stone?” Many of us have an awareness of the Ten Commandments. One commandment forbids the act of adultery, but “Thou shall not covet” forbids the desire for adultery.

In my estimation, if mankind has ever been incarcerated with the likes of a concealed trap that would ensnare him for life, ambush him virtually day-in and day-out, this would be it.

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