The Karma Seeker is a far-reaching guidebook to contemporary spirituality that presents the reader with the essential paradigm of the modern spiritual path–its highs and lows, its rewards and pitfalls.
Big or nothin’ is the credo of Pepper Hotwell, a professional gangster who specializes in armed robbery. Set in the ghetto of Gary, Indiana and Chicago’s south side in the late 1960s, his story is a raw, desperate, gun-slinging roll-of-the-dice fueled by drugs, sex, ambition, and pure will to survive.
It’s been said that a man is actually born when he gets the knowledge of birth. So it is, as well, when a revelation of great magnitude bursts upon a person’s consciousness with the power to change their trajectory in life.
Toward the end of a distinguished scholarly career in the field of political science, Alfred G. Meyer wrote a biography of Friedrich Engels and a memoir that looked back on his life and career. This volume merges the two narratives, resulting in a self-portrait of a scholar rendered with the help of the picture he drew of his historical subject.
This autobiography of Hans Apel, compiled from a series of taped interviews with his grandson in 1977, offers a compelling vision of the way that one can live a life of uncompromising principle and authenticity.
What are the inscrutable mechanics of life that allow us to get along with some people and pit us contentiously against others? In Card Chemistry: The Science of Relationships, Stefan G. Meyer offers a practical key to this mysterious chemistry.
“I saw a woman, back turned to me. Suddenly, she turned round, and I saw that her face was wet with tears… I walked away without speaking, as if cowardice could possibly be mistaken for strength, as if time would erase all memory, as if life were unreality, a fiction, a story that could easily be rewritten.”
Mario Wirz is wrestling with a problem of major proportions – the constant threat of death hanging over his shoulder. These poems hone in relentlessly on this topic, until one is inexorably affected by their stark, existential reality.
In The Fantasist, Kip Morgan struggles with his loneliness and sexual insecurity in a narrative that includes graphic depictions of sexual fantasies. His experience will resonate with those who are still on the road to discovering that our most unconditionally loving relationship must ultimately be with ourselves.
Mysteries of Cardology in an account of the author’s personal attempt to delve into the subject of cardology. It raises the question of how metaphysical systems like astrology, numerology, and cardology work. Do they simply allow the human mind to see what it wants to see, or do they represent an actual metaphysical structure embedded in human existence?
The author’s paranoia is painfully obvious throughout his narrative, which covers the last five years of a twelve-year prison term. He believes in a vast conspiracy organized by the Ku Klux Klan, and imagines himself as a chief target of this conspiracy. His evidence for this is based entirely on dreams, visions, and reading material that he interprets to fit his delusions.
“An exceptionally deep analysis of modernist developments in the Arabic novel of the Levant, clarifying the debate about modernism and postmodernism in relation to it.” – Issa J. Boulatta, author of Trends and Issues in Contemporary Arab Thought
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