Coffee At 5: 36 Am
"Coffee at 5:36 am" uses short stories, prose and musings to distinquish 16 insights which sweep the reader away on a journey to recapture their natural sense of aliveness and connection with life. His work explores the question we will all ask ourselves one day, "Is this it, is this how my story has to end?"
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The Light of Emily
Our Life as a Victim
Forgiveness Is a Choice
Scary Isnt It?
What Are You Listening For?
The Power of Notknowing
It Doesnt Have To Be This Way
The Two Men and the Sage
Has Someone Reached Out to You?
Symptoms of a Life without Aliveness
The Lady and the Sage
Approval and ValidationDo We Really Need Them?
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