Measuring Reality: Eighteen Tales from Just Beneath the Surface

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AuthorHouse, Jun 30, 2008 - Fiction - 476 pages
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        How can so many insured drivers insist that the cars they hit came out of nowhere?
    What makes money so lovable?
    What would happen if therapy worked as advertised?  How would we know it had?
    What kind of change did you expect for a dollar?
    Is anything just what it seems to be?
    And where does my body go when I’m asleep?
    Searching for answers to these and other IAQs (infrequently asked questions)?  Look inside and take the measure of the surface reality too many assume is the bottom line.  But read with caution - the reality you come to believe in, you’re part of.

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.    On the surface John Thrasher is a lawyer who lives with family members and books in Indianapolis, Indiana.
    Just beneath that is a warped sense of wonder, a skewed sense of symmetry, and visions.
    He writes as therapy and penance.

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