Calington Castle II: Testing the Truth

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AuthorHouse, 2011 - Fiction - 308 pages
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When I was a boy I liked to go on many adventures hiking up and down the Hudson River. It was during these times of exploration in the woods, coming upon old abandoned buildings, land and rock formations; along with a variety of vegetations and animal life. I became attracted to uncovering the truth about things.

In this book I test the properties of truth as the story of Calington Castle continues. Observations as treasures come alive as they are the experiences I've had within my own life. A never ending path of excitement waits around every turn. As learning new things is an adventure for us all. There is a challenge when the truth is unfolded before us, for here we are tested to examine it a fresh each new day. For me it guides to plot a course, as a reference point of stability, in an ever changing world.

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It is important to have a right notion of order. One in which a pattern will hold the fabric of a society together. Only an enemy would want to unravel it to suit their own chaotic purposes. And when there is disruption in a person they in turn will disrupt others.R. A. Feller spends much of his time trying to keep things simple in order to experience an honest life; one which is real within stability.After growing to overcome philosophies with many falsehoods he has become centered in a position of peace. This is where he gains insight into the gift he has for his writing. It is apparent there is a fresh ness in his style; as in clarity he keeps examining the underpinnings that hold all things together in the balance of life.

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