This is a story with two main characters who share the same face. These two characters are part of us all. One character knows the truth and refuses to question it. The other character forms when it becomes apparent that there may be consequences to never questioning the "truth". One character is comforted by faith, and the other is deeply disturbed by it. Rogus is nearly certain that he can't make the decision about what to believe, but he is sure that the consequences following the wrong decision will be ultimately devastating. Rogus has died so that he may bring you this, his story. Sometimes you can only question your beliefs when you don't know that you are. 6+6=10. Two divided by five equals two over five.
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Published December 4, 2002
Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense.