Robi for the Close Friends

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WestBow Press, Sep 23, 2011 - Humor - 84 pages
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Nokyo is a city of 38,801,225 robots. In a world of monotonous routine, Robi is in search of happiness. But he is troubled by an aching void within. Neither materialism, nor culture, nor wisdom, nor music, nor religion, nor the practice of magic—nothing can fill it.

A story that reminds us of the maxim, “In every man’s heart, there is a hole in shape of God ...” The creator is the only one who can fill our souls. The great love of Jesus offering his life is the bridge that connects us to God in this parable for our times.


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