Eternally Empty

I have no merit in deeply entering Aquina’s reasoning, but I rigorously reflect on his vast teachings and withdraw some of his own tiny conclusions that make sense to me: The being is composed of body, soul, and spirit. When there is misrepresenting at least one of these, it will render every man unworthy of his completeness, or principle of completeness.

And so I’m writing the third book. In the meantime, why don’t you read my second book?

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