Overview

In three essays I take a journey from the light, through the darkness, and back into the light. Along the way I jump over meaningful(?) coincidences, human and humanity's mortality, evolution and devolution, imminent extinction, Fundamentalism and fatalism, the randomness of phenomena, a fine old miniature grandfather clock I have in my living room, oatmeal cookies, and, perhaps of importance - rainbows and leprechauns.
To be fearless in the eye, yet gentle in spirit; to be ...

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Cosmogony's Riddle

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Overview

In three essays I take a journey from the light, through the darkness, and back into the light. Along the way I jump over meaningful(?) coincidences, human and humanity's mortality, evolution and devolution, imminent extinction, Fundamentalism and fatalism, the randomness of phenomena, a fine old miniature grandfather clock I have in my living room, oatmeal cookies, and, perhaps of importance - rainbows and leprechauns.
To be fearless in the eye, yet gentle in spirit; to be resolute in the face of adversity, and an optimist at the end of the day: Those are the qualities worth struggling for in life.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044468993
  • Publisher: Robin Xavier Fontaine
  • Publication date: 4/12/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 70 KB

Meet the Author

I was born and raised near Montreal, Quebec, midway through the baby-boom, the second of three daughters. (How I got the middle name Xavier is a story in itself.)
I started out with a disability, and eventually became a differently-abled person. I have learned in my life that with the three H's, Hope, Humor, and Humility, life offers more than enough rewards.
The branches of a tree grow upward and outward, yet in life, our branches can all come back together again in a great knot, and a new tree begins growing upwards - awkward picture, isn't it? Recently I have found tranquility, love, and inspiration, and so it's as though life is beginning all over again. I hope to share my optimistic disposition with my readers; to know your limits, yet hope and strive for your dreams, is what brings out our truest humanity.

I now share a Twitter account with my old ex, Robert E Vonne - check out our tweets. @robinrobin55

Peace and cheers!

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