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Love, betrayal, destiny, the ingredients connecting two men's lust to their quest of the divine as Spirit, defeated by Flesh, falls short of creating Divinitas.
"Laura Tolomei easily relates the historical contexts of the periods in question, including ancient Egypt and ancient Persia, as well as Celtic England. The plotting is fairly well-
Through time and space, there's a lot of love. But love gone wrong can turn to betrayal and seal one's destiny forever. And destiny has the bad habit of repeating its pattern lifetime after lifetime as two men, caught in their passionate love, struggle eternally in quest of the divine.
"Everyone has his own path to travel and though you may feel you've failed, you never see the greater picture until the end."
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"With an open heart and mind, this story can send a message much greater than the sum of its parts. Equality and balance is imperative to a healthy life, but even more so for spiritual well being, and what you read here really brings that truth home. Yes, this is an erotic tale of men loving men, but that is what makes their story so much more intriguing. Their love and desire for each other is unconventional and all consuming, affronting societal and spiritual beliefs, but it is that struggle that allows them to transcend beyond their human boundaries." CTR rated it 4 Cups
"There are just too many things to learn in one single lifetime alone. We need time to grow, develop, learn about the world and mostly ourselves."
The body is a cage
Like men, women had their own sexual The ruler sighed. “I can't resist temptations...not all anyway. There’s someone who…well, I can’t stop his power of attraction, though I feel guilty afterward.” He breathed deeper.
“How did you find your way?” Us-
“That's life's challenge, brother,” Heru-
“Then I failed,” the ruler remarked.
“Not necessarily.” Heru-
“You really believe we have more than one life?”
“Of course, Us-
“But how many do we need to reach—“
“Is that how you feel, Heru-
“I feel trapped, brother. My soul longs to escape this body, to rebel to my mind's control and finally be free. That's why I choose to defeat the body on its own battleground—physical temptations—while I feed my mind so that it will lead my soul in the right direction. Of course, it's a daily struggle and to be honest, I don't always manage to win.” He sighed, probably recalling his failures, one of which had happened at the Spring Feast, as Set had been quick to tell the ruler. “But one thing I've learned. Everyone has his own path to travel and though you may feel you've failed, you never see the greater picture until the end.”
“The greater picture?” Us-
“You see, we live our seemingly unimportant life, focused only on the day to day routine. The gods see a much bigger picture where everyone connects with the others and with the final design, as if individual lives were pieces of a giant puzzle. It is for superior minds alone to glimpse this complex pattern. We mortals seldom have the chance to see it, although if you’re particularly gifted, you may have this privilege.” Heru-
“Did you call for me, Ausir?” the familiar voice cut through his thoughts.
Heart in his throat, pulse racing, Us-