The Book of Nothing (2020)

The Book of Nothing Hj Alden The Book of Nothing Set years in the future this is the story of John who has no last name The book follows him as he embraces homelessness in pursuit of knowledge chronicling his adventures and his many meetings
  • Title: The Book of Nothing
  • Author: Hj Alden
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  • Page: 202
  • Format: Kindle Edition
The Book of Nothing Hj Alden Set 250 years in the future, this is the story of John, who has no last name The book follows him as he embraces homelessness in pursuit of knowledge, chronicling his adventures and his many meetings with fascinating people on his way to a dreadful encounter with the potential to set him free.
The Book of Nothing Hj Alden

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  1. PRINCESS

    The journey of individual s transformation where they get lost searching for meaning From the nothing we arrive, to the nothing we return In between, the nothing teaches us, and we become, if we work, the shining of its potential Once I woke up with a rose in my heart I have never been so happy as I was that day This rose is a great privilege As it bloomed it burned it burned away everything that kept me from seeing clearly In that clarity trees laugh Clouds sigh, and mountains breathe Air is th [...]

  2. Jasminka

    Knjiga je skoro poeti na, potsje a me na Malog Princa, a po stilu pisanja pomalo i na knjige Khalila Gibrana Smje tena u budu nosti u opisu pi e 250 godina u budu nosti, to se ne mo e zaklju iti , to je pri a o Johnu koji je u potrazi za znanjem Kad mu je 20 godina, on kre e u potragu za smislom ivota i tim svojim putem susre e odre ene ljude koji mu poma u Puna alegorije i divnih re enica, skoro cijela knjiga je puna citata Spiritualna, pomalo okultna, kriti na prema na em dru tvu i toliko zlob [...]

  3. David Hickman

    Set in the future, The Book of Nothing manages to offer a penetrating critique of our own culture while addressing the problem of evil from a surprising direction Its clear, lyrical prose is engaging, and the story is unusual, in the best possible way Highly recommended for anyone interested in works in the occult spiritual new age genres, or for anyone with a love for clear, poetic language that continues to resonate long after the first reading.

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