Readers of LEAVE BY ANY DOOR hopefully may remember revelations in their own lives when they realized ‘dominoes’ had to have fallen just right and at just the right time to have led them through a jungle of an existence or an out of control desperate situation.
The book’s main character is a bit of a mystic, a bit of a pragmatist, a bit of a philosopher, and a tree hugger, though not an “environmentalist.” She is somewhat lame, somewhat realistic, somewhat poetic and somewhat primitive. She has been given reason, also, to be perennially hopeful.
Murders solved, a fortune acquired, Zorn and Grayall are ready to settle down to a comfortable life at Wendenwood Freehold. Only the past does not give up its hold easily. Especially Zorn’s past as a Realm ariston. The Realm had known only two classes, the ariston who ruled and the servitors who did their bidding...
Goofs on Hoofs brings you "laugh out loud" stories based on real ranch experiences, cleverly embellished with the author's slapstick humor. Following many of the stories are Real Cowboy Facts designed to bring to life bits and pieces of today's ranching along with the best of the Old West. This book is sure to delight readers of all ages.
"The Franciscan philosopher John Duns Scotus (d.1308), the 'Subtle Doctor' is well known as a 'difficult thinker.' In this small but helpful volume, Dr. Weldon provides a clear and substantial introduction to Scotus's understanding of what it means to be human, to be made in the image of God..." (Edward Coughlin, OFM, St. Bonaventure University)