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Over the next several weeks I am going to fork over $700 to publish a FREEWARE book (profits by donation only) on all major eBook vendors and proceeds will go to charity, mainly: i) Make a Difference, ii) Indian Red Cross - both associations to better care and educate the impoverished from a most uncouth nation. Here is a little about my book soon to be released:

Book Blurb
Throughout the ages humanity itself has operated, and co-existed, side-by-side with their fellow kindred in a state of semi-segregation naturally induced by the very infrastructure of the society we live in and cherish. Many individuals live secret lives, some witness miracles, others partake and accomplish extraordinary personal feats, and the great leaders of this world usually tend to have an extensive understanding of the operations of the world without quite ever understanding, nor believing, in the stories of incumbents affiliated in micro-social communities of their own.

This book is indirectly a much improved parody of “Sophie’s World – Jostein Gaarder”, that is, it opens up the reader to an insightful segmented analysis of the world as seen by the eyes of the author. Miracles do not just happen to anybody, as explained in the book so eloquently in ‘Early Modern English’ for the greater part – it is great artsy entertainment!

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The author strongly believes that the existence of God, or higher entities, has already been established as a certainty through scientific and pseudoscience reasoning. Believing life not to be eternal, in inclusion of afterlives to be, it is his belief that in the thereafters every single living human incumbent will be granted ultimate satisfaction in life, eudaimonia that is – some just go through more difficult initial paths on this journey. Not desiring fame in the slightest, the author’s main wish is to sire a large family whilst being humble in means.

Lexmilian views his privacy as of uttermost importance for the very sanctity of his sanity and wellbeing; not everyone in this world was created the same and it is this very elemental factor that establishes diversity and joy in the face of this planet – so goes his beliefs. Tales of woes and personal suffering go unmentioned in his book.

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More will be revealed sometime coming up soon.


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Permanent Linkby Anonymous on May 22nd, 2013, 6:48 pm

I make my own proposal for a path to eudemonia at But risk tolerance not withstanding, poverty cannot actually be guaranteed. Therefore, in case of financial success, just remember that if the money offends you, you can always give generously to charity. For my own part, following Maslow, I perceive that worldly resources come in support of rather than endangering, whatever self realization.
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