Category: Literature

Loop

Time is passing by me. Strangely, I also feel like I'm stuck in a loop. Living one day after another has been a good way not to worry about the future, but now I feel my days are infinite loops. Everyday I wake up feeling tired, not wanting to get…

Book Review: Celia, A Slave

"Celia, a Slave" In his novel, “Celia, a Slave,” Melton McLaurin depicts a commonplace story of the unjust “peculiar institution” of slavery through his expert utilization of syntax, rhetoric, and ardor. The novel is set in the middle of the 17th…

My First Reality Shift Experience.

The day before yesterday I began to read Cynthia Sue Larson’s Reality Shifts. It nicely reminds me of What the Bleep Do We Know!?, from which I first learned about the significance of Your Own frame of mind (which may be compared to so-called…

Book Review: Washington's Providence

"Washington's Providence" Besides the intriguing storyline of our founding father suffering an early death, there are also integrated historical lessons and morals in the story of Washington’s Providence by Chris LaFata. LaFata is effective in…