Knock Knock Knocking
by Steve Kealy
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What happens when you die? When you die suddenly? It might not be what you expect...
What happens when you die? When you die suddenly? It might not be what you expect...
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Lily Woods
I like this story. Very much. It offers an interesting perspective on how we should live life - whether we believe in what comes afterwards or not.
Caroline Hurry
Wow! This part-confessional, part-cautionary tale captivated me from the start. The thread of duality holds this ‘true to life’ narrative in a way that supersedes the ‘thou-shalt-NOT’ mind-binding tenets of religion. Abraham. A brahmin. Ra. Ra. Sun worship? Moon worship? Is it all linked? Abraham was ready to kill his infant son for a deity demanding ‘blood sacrifice’. Saturn eats his own children. Does your faith nourish and support you? If not, why wear religious cloaks lined with torn promises and guilt of not having lived up to expectations, even as circumstances changed? Do you think God cares about your affairs? Do we even know what reality is? Steve Kealy’s piece got me thinking about the bigger questions. Really hoping to read a sequel …
Nestor Progress
I haven't read anyting yet, what am I suppose to review now