Escape to Redemption
"She can run from the police, but she cannot hide from her guilt."
"...Parr's superb understanding of the way human beings justify their sins
(especially to themselves) make Josie and Snaz utterly convincing and compelling.
An engrossing, realistic morality tale." ~ Kirkus Reviews
"...Let me state, very simply, that I loved this book... It is a highly addictive, unique story which raises questions of morality, loyalty and the power of forgiveness...
With twists in the most unexpected of places, I had to remind myself to breathe...
Escape to Redemption is truly unputdownable. It's soulful crime fiction which will leave you asking what kind of person you are when the chips are down.
I predict big things. 10/10." ~ Sarah Ryan, Cultured Vultures
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Through the ages, there have always been those who, when they looked at another, understood they were looking at themselves. Seers and mystics of all spiritual traditions have seen through the veil of form and recognised the essential oneness of all things.
But what would be the implications if we held an awareness of the Divine in everyone all of the time? What if we tried genuinely to live this belief day by day, minute by minute, in the encounters we have with our family, with our friends, at work, and in society at large?
This book (an update of the 2012 booklet Answering that of God) is an invitation and a challenge to explore these questions, drawing on my experiences as a Quaker and as a student of A Course in Miracles.
Things to Remember is available as an ebook from Amazon, Smashwords and other online retailers.
"Don’t wallow in regret over past mistakes or missed opportunities for love. Regret helps no one. Rather, from this day forward, moment by moment, discern what love requires of you and attend to that. Whether you are forty, fifty, sixty or a hundred, it is never too late to dedicate your life to Love. All those who work for the Kingdom receive their reward – joy and peace – however late in the day they begin (Matthew 20:1-16). Even one day lived in Love can make a whole life worthwhile."