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I am not a profound person, though intelligent and educated. I’m not even curious about many questions that have been asked for millennia. My reason being that I can’t answer them. Nor can anybody else, for that matter. They come down to belief and I don’t have much of that. 

The Marriage Tree By Christopher G. Moore Heaven Lake Press, 2014, paperback, 450pp. Available at Asia Books and leading bookshops, 495 baht.

God, love, truth are semantics. Talked to death. Indeed, “death” is the operative word. Mountains of bodies over whether one’s god is better than another’s. Numerous poems and songs, yet love has yet to be defined.

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