May 21, 2011
George and Dana. Died doing God's work. October 2023.
A scene from Chapter 1.8 in Book of Carrot, my novel about the end times. READ it here http://wp.me/pbg0R-b2
Notes: The statue of Mihai Eminescu, Romanian Writer is in the Rotunda of Writers in Cismigui Park, Bucharest.
Sa-i fie tarana usoara!
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April 28, 2011
[ Chapter 1.1 is here. ]
21 October 2023
Those who run the road of despair are driven by an unquenchable thirst for vengeance. It does not lead to freedom, regardless of any undeserved and fleeting victories that chance throws to us like a clean bone is thrown to dogs. That road runs to dead ends: slavery, self-deceit and defeat.
On the road of despair, never can there be enough. Nor peace. Neither forgiveness nor thanksgiving will fly from our heart or lips when we run that unfortunate and much traveled highway. But if thanks, praise and forgiveness never fly from our hearts and lips, neither will they fly to perch upon new blessings, new tomorrows and hope’s renewal.
On the road of despair, we only take possession of lesser treasures by force, deceit and theft: knick knacks, kitsch and all the other counterfeits of joy, love, and peaceful heart. But thieves, they never enjoy the hospitalities afforded to honored and cherished guests: generosity, kindness and love – among other good things.
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