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Shadow of Light
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0967260612, Paperback)Shadow of Light - Sex and the Quantum Leap of Human Evolution. A journey of mind, body and soul, Shadow of Light takes place in 1993 and follows David's intimate relationship with Daniel, a man who is not what he seems, and who comes to reveal a great secret to David, a truth so powerful that religion's very existence depends on its secrecy. Now, almost thirty years later, with violence and apathy so prevalent in the world, and with so much fear pervading every waking moment, it is brutally apparent to David that mankind needs a better course, a simpler solution, a more personal answer ... and that his story finally has to be told. Shadow of Light reveals that there is an ancient memory within the heart of each of us that seeks to be embraced again, a truth that has been locked away by dogma and smothered by religion, a truth so simple that its lack of discovery until now defies logic. While religion, politics, science and philosophy all play integral roles throughout Shadow of Light, it is Shadow's intimate relationship between David and Daniel, in all its thought-provoking tenderness and mystery, its sublime realizations of heartfelt truths - for one: that the male and female live inside every one of us - that push home these sublime and so simple answers. Shadow of Light shows how to skip the chaos, how to rise above the pain and conquer the fear. Dogma the world over has held mankind in its restrictive, degrading grip since its purposed inception, permeating almost every aspect of our lives. Shadow of Light is the key to unlocking the cage we've all called home whether wholeheartedly or reluctantly for thousands of years, and will prove the next great step in human evolution: that we are not so detached from the divine as religion would have us believe and that we inherently hold the ability to touch the divinity in ourselves and others whenever we want ... and that we have always been able. Like Dorothy, home is closer than we think.
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