A new illustrated fairy story with ocean-deep meaning.
She had eyes full of ocean-like sadness.
And there was a great big void.
And the void was so deep and wide and empty that one could easily drown in it.
It was like a gaping abyss in the crevice of time, an insatiable black hole sucking everything in with its irresistible gravity.
It was at once a pack of hungry wolves, a mighty hurricane, a raging ocean, and a gentle flower.
And there was beauty in it.
WHAT DO OTHER PEOPLE SAY?
— Jeeezus Christ, Eugene, you have an excellent command of your vocabulary. I think I might just cry… D.R. Martin —
— Very, very beautiful. Aizaz Baqir —
— Great writing and clear philosophy! I am very happy I found your work. Mato Spares the Blind Spot —
— You definitely have a way with words. Laurel Callahan —
— Gorgeous! And in my experience so true! Thank you. Suzanne Baker —
— Extraordinary… your analogy is very apt and can be a ray of hope for many self-fish out there. Gopal C. —
— I really love it. Such a gift you have given me. Thank you! Scarlet —
“To be selfless, you must first have a Self that you can give up. There is a world of difference between giving up yourself and giving up on your Self.”
“What do you mean?” asked Self-Fish in utter amazement.
“You must first become who you are. Become Self-Fish.”
“But… but… I am that already!”
“You see, if you don’t have a Self, you are not really a Self-Fish.