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A Tale of Two Deserts

Enigmatic Christmas Fables for the Modern Age

Paul T Kidd
ISBN 978-1-901864-16-8 (Paperback)
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Publication Details

Author: Paul T Kidd
ISBN 978-1-901864-16-8 (Paperback)
ISBN 978-1-901864-17-5 (eBook)
Price: See the "buy on-line" link for price details
Publisher: Cheshire Henbury
Publication Date: September 2013 (Physical Book)
Publication Date: September 2013 (eBook)
Number of Pages: x + 92
Number of Chapters: 2
Readership: Adults and Children 12 years and up

Back cover text:
One book, two tales, one story; A Tale of Two Deserts is a literary work most unusual. Consisting of two very enigmatic tales set in two deserts separated by two thousand years, the book speaks to the contemporary world of that which is in danger of being lost, and warns of the dangerous and damaging delusions that are condemning humanity to a bleak future. The desert of the first tale, being a desert literal, is a place where people have very little, but most of that which matters. The desert of the second tale is a desert figurative, where people, dominated by collective delusions, seemingly have everything but, in fact, little of what truly matters. And running across both tales is a narrative that binds these two tales into one story; but it is for the reader to discover this narrative. Deeply rooted in concern for the future of humanity, A Tale of Two Deserts is a profoundly spiritual book that speaks of the need for humanity to walk a different path, and to abandon the ideological perspectives that have turned science, religion and western industrial capitalism into self-imposed prisons of the mind. Here in this book, the reader will find a world-view that does not close up in fixed opinions, and an invitation to begin to learn that, of matters most profound, humankind is truly ignorant. A Tale of Two Deserts is a message that there is still hope for humanity, hope that rests on people beginning to embrace what is, in essence, a spiritual perspective of life as a never-ending journey where there are no final destinations.

 

 

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