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A book of little real life stories that show the balance between good and evil.
Just because someone does 'evil' things, it doesn't mean they are evil.
Most people are just lost. We have iniquities, blind spots, and we don't know ourselves.
If we knew ourselves better, the world would be much more beautiful.
Genesis, the seven days of Creation ... Where does the text that makes up the first part of the Bible come from?
Is its text a mere introductory poem ... or is it a narrative?
What's behind its words?
Alberto Canen has found an alternative way to answer these and other questions in the Genesis. He has found a route no one had been to before, and...
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I invite you to take a sneak peek at this life and how she is trying to understand what to do here in this world? How she feels sometimes people are not connected with themselves and how the world is looking more and more like a zombie planet, where no one is fighting for equality but instead individuality is becoming more popular nowadays.
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Butterworth Stavely is a fictional character in Mark Twain's 1879 story "The Great Revolution in Pitcairn". He is an American adventurer and filibuster who instigates a coup d'état and has himself crowned Butterworth I, Emperor of Pitcairn's Island.
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