Have you ever blamed or criticized God for something bad that happened to you? Do you feel like confronting and taking Him to task for all the rubbish that is happening around? Then look no further. Just become an atheist. But isn't that something to do with not believing in god? Yes, of course. But how will that help? Well, becoming an atheist has several advantages. Firstly, you can quickly become famous. If you take the traditional route of becoming famous by believing in god it may take a long time, and there is no guarantee because gods are not very generous with boons nowadays. Secondly, as an atheist you are free from everything. You can now make fun of religious people, live life anyway you want, have no fears of punishment in hell, automatically become a scientific person, commit sins freely, don't have to blame god for anything, get noticed in a crowd, etc. And you can also lambast god freely without any guilt or bad feelings.Aha, you are now curious to know how to become an atheist, right? Then look no further. Everything you wanted to know about how to become an atheist, but were too embarrassed to ask is available right here in this nutty book. It contains the most comprehensive specifications and do's & don'ts for every aspiring atheist. So let us get started before god accidentally appears before you and spoils your plans.
Just after the turn of the 21st Century, a friend of mine (a fellow writer) introduced me to the "Thought Cafe," a writers group where my writing was critiqued and I was given constructive criticism. My fellow writers told me how much they enjoyed my writing. So I decided to put the articles in book form and share them. I hope you enjoy reading my stories, essays, and poems as much as I enjoyed creating them. The "Thought Cafe" is no more, but I thank my fellow writers for helping me to evolve. Don Mosher SHORT STORIES: DONNY: A sad piece of my childhood. VENGEANCE IS MINE: Diego searches for the bandito who murdered his parents, years ago, in Baja, California. A VICTIM OF NEGLECT: A fire captain blames himself for the death of a boy. REQUIEM FOR A SMALL TOWN: A teenaged boy tries to save his town by burning part of it down. A SLIGHT MISUNDERSTANDING: A dirty old man gets his comeuppance from his no nonsense wife, when he harasses the wrong young lady. I'LL SHOW YOU MINE IF YOU'LL SHOW ME YOURS: A humorous piece of my childhood 14 THOUGHT PROVOKING ESSAYS TO STIMULATE YOUR IMAGINATION. POEMS: ALMOST A DOG: A salute to my neighbor's dog. MY DAUGHTER THE DUCK: My daughter's departure for college. THE DAY THE GYPSY DIED: A tribute to our Gypsy. DECEMBER COMMETH: No one lives forever. MEAN PEOPLE: A creative way to get rid of troublesome folks."
Have you ever felt you have fallen under the toxic spell of modern business jargon? Are you bombarded by an endless stream of corporate mumbo-jumbo? Are you going bald scratching your head trying to understand complex reports filled with meaningless words like synergy, value add, leverage, paradigm, core competency, catalyst, vision, mission, information centric, people oriented, horizontal and vertical solutions, and other gobbledygook? Are you tolerating and encouraging fools by mistaking their pretentious rubbish talk for intelligence? If you say yes to any or all of the above questions, then you are not alone. Millions of executives worldwide are in the same situation and have resigned themselves to fate, unable and unwilling to get out of it. But it need not be that way. You can get out of it easily if you are willing to do a few simple things. This book will show you those simple things and how you can consciously reject complexity in communication and hug simplicity, which is the ultimate sophistication.
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