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Xlibris Corporation, Oct 25, 2007 - Religion
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Passer-by is an inspirational, fantastic and controversial work that offers a straightforward means of discovering truth, by broadening the mind of the reader to a new level of understanding. The book narrates a man's moment of clarity regarding the basic concepts of life as he explores memories, thoughts, and revelations received during a one-to-one interaction with an all knowing tree. This experience enables him to discover that everything has a simple explanation.

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About the author (2007)

Carlos Parral, a pragmatic new breed thinker, has been immersed throughout his life in the study and practice of religion and mysticism, as well as supernatural and psychic phenomena. Born and raised in Spain he has also lived in Mexico City and California. At present he resides in New Jersey near the Ocean City shore, together with his wife and three children. He works alone building homes, one at a time.

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