The Attenuating Puritan

The Attenuating Puritan

by Robert McGuiness
The Attenuating Puritan

The Attenuating Puritan

by Robert McGuiness


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Embark on a contemplative journey with our altruistic hero, a reflection of purity in words and deeds, yet occasionally marked by ancestral toxins. With unwavering conviction, he dances under the world's weight, marching into the unknown, his steps marked by hope and staunch faith.

Bound by a noble quest to restore the splendor of Eden, his every gesture is a sacrifice, a stride towards the pristine and divine. Amidst adversities, he stands a fortified pilgrim, mastering the shackles of mind and body, emerging as a triumphant victor, a mirror to us all daring to confront our reflections.

He is the champion of tainted sacraments, a crusader against the clutches of heavy metal and forever chemicals, hinting that our destinies might be cradled in such hands. As we tread the path of love eternal, each step taken is righteous, a gentle move towards the boundless cosmos that binds us in love.

In The Attenuating Puritan, every breath taken is a whisper of attenuation, every quenched thirst a sigh of grace, and every bounty received a step closer to the celestial, encapsulating a tale of hope, resilience, and the ceaseless quest for the divine amidst the terrestrial.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798889102663
Publisher: Austin Macauley
Publication date: 03/01/2024
Pages: 124
Sales rank: 942,526
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.26(d)

About the Author

Robert Gary McGuiness was born in Bay Shore, New York, on February 8, 1954. He graduated from Smithtown Central High School in 1972. After school he travelled west to Arizona and eventually to California, where he has lived since 1976. He was an active part of the "back to land" movement and homesteaded off the grid in Northern California. He has two children, three wonderful grandchildren and a dog named Marbles.

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