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"You are the love of all my lifetimes..."

Some say the greatest love story ever told is that of Romeo and Juliet, others say it is Tristan and Isolde, or Antony and Cleopatra, or maybe Launcelot and Guinevere.  But before any of these, there was the ancient Greek myth of Psyche and Eros.  It tells the story of the love between the handsomest of all the gods and the beautiful mortal princess who won his heart.  Eros had the wings of a divine being, of an angel.  Psyche became the goddess of the soul and was represented by butterfly wings, to symbolize transformation.  It is a big day indeed when mortals teach gods about the soul …

The Delicate, Passionate World, a loose retelling of this greatest love story ever told, is a five-volume novel, all parts of which are already completely written.  The finished work is intended to read like an old-time fireside fairy tale and tells the story of a mysterious man, the woman he passionately loves, and the richly detailed 20th Century world that they inhabit.  It also traces the delicate path through love to enlightenment of the soul. 

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