A Weekend With 'A' Drunken Leprechaun

A Weekend With 'A' Drunken Leprechaun

Author: Klaus Joehle

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595222056

Category: Self-Help

Page: 112

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Just a thought: Sometimes there is nothing finer than breaking all the rules and reaching for the sky. Especially if those rules were meant to confine you, us instead of uplifting us. Then it becomes almost a heavenly act. As with everything, there is an art to breaking all the rules. It needs to be done in such a manner that it harms no one. But instead it lifts us and gives us a new horizon to reach for. Publishers, publishing houses, you got to love them; you can't do this! It's never been done like this! O no not possible! You must do it like??? It's always been done . . . Excuse me please, it seems I left my bulldozer running, I’ll be right back I promise. What does all of this have to do with a leprechaun? Everything is connected to everything. O' please feed me sweet nothings but don't make me face the truth again, not again.

A Weekend With 'A' Drunken Leprechaun
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Pages: 112
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Categories: Self-Help
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