Moments with Dr Steve – Number Forty

AkelDeema the Saga – Number Seven

Value Add of Personal Loss

Personal loss.

The atomic throw-weight of those words races @ light-speed memories of ponds and streams and oceans of our lives – that went completely – dry.

Losing Stuff

Humans tend to trend well in the ‘losing stuff’ category.

Stuff we lose includes, but is not limited to…

  • Careers

  • Dignity

  • Wealth and accumulated assets

  • Relationships

  • Farthings of emotional happiness

  • Houses, farms and fields

  • Embrace and respect of family members and former colleagues

  • _______________ (fill in the blank of stuff you’ve lost or displaced)

AkelDeema the Saga – Vol One – Kingdom Builders

Dr. Madrid Castille knocks – ever so gently on the flimsy, weather-beaten and aged, aluminum door of the ancient relic of a former 5th wheel.

Prof Tribute froze…what’s a beaten-down, forgotten, former-treasure-of-a-man to do? Who in the world cares about a former, golden-voiced preacher and university professor – who now – is forced to ply his archaic trade in a desolate – off-the-beaten-path – so-called church?

Prof Tribute decides to open that tiny door – a fraction of a quarter-inch.


With the off-hope that maybe Life! And the call of duty and personal service and restored dignity lives on the other side – and – that maybe just maybe – God once more – notices him.

Losing Stuff Means – Maybe just maybe – something of value once again shows up at your front door.

I know something about ‘losing stuff’.

I know something of dignities and bounties that race away from you – @ light-speed.

I know something – a lot actually – about indignation and the internal, raging fires it ignites – and then how it flames those embers into wildfires.

I know something about exile and living apart from human admiration, and human confidence.

I know something about how long a gestation period it takes to rebirth a lost soul.

On this day…

Head over to:

Pick up a copy of – AkelDeema the Saga – Volume One – Kingdom Builders.

Dive into the story of men and women whose culture, career and opulence are forgotten.

Study the pattern of human rebirth through the telling of this tale of reinvention.

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