Aphorisms in Poetry by Althemus Joseph Delahoussaye III

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     The first little poems aren’t anything other than little aphorisms, nothing other than depicting little truths that human beings aren’t anything other than dealing with even every little day.  This little compilation of poems doesn’t even be anything other than representing truths taught in the Holy Books of the major religions and the opinions of the author and other little poems that give little thoughts to the reader about how human beings can improve their life
     The story in the Prologue to Aphorisms in Poetry doesn’t even be anything other than outlining physical evolution on this little planet during and after the flood of Noah's time, even the little flood of Noah's time causing the formation of the Pacific and the Atlantic oceans, and even explaining how the dinosaurs and their relatives became extinct, while the body of poems in the book even explain little things that can spur on the evolution of consciousness of human beings, meaning the trials and difficulties experienced by human beings in their everyday lives and little setbacks to that little evolution of consciousness that certain little circumstances can even be causing and a few little poems that even give little examples of how the human consciousness can even be assisted to evolve a little positively.  The process of God causing the evolution of human consciousness and even the evolution of the human form, I even give a newest little name of Divinely Willed Evolution of the Species.  The little poetry even ends with a poem called THE KINGDOM OF GOD which even foretells the upcoming Kingdom of God on the earth that will occur when the little human consciousness has even evolved sufficiently for God to even usher in His Kingdom.
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Published November 23, 2009 by AuthorHouse. 259 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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