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“I kept the spirits' way of expression, because I don't usually change anyone's way of expression, as many mediums stuck in moldy conditions do. Spirits are just extraphysical people. They communicate using the same expressions they used when incarnated, as in the case of these spirits in question.
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The texts by Co. Of Love selected in this book are very fun and uncluttered. As their writings are aimed at the urban population, and they have no pretense of posing as spiritual sages nor are they committed to any particular spiritual line, their touches are always full of gallantry and aim to skew the reasoning of people with creative and humorous one-liners. The most attentive reader and stripped of “doctrinal gauges” will notice serious questions embedded in their games. It is often joking that the most serious truths are said.
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The objective of this work is very clear: to talk about spiritual themes within the normal context of people and without any doctrinal capers of any kind. But readers should not be deceived by the simplicity of approaching the themes: here there are deep touches coated with fine irony and simple wording carrying intelligent and creative questions.
I confess that I heartily envy the brilliant way these guys have to write about spirituality, the way they spice up deep themes with hints of good humor and the naughty atmosphere with which they play with words amid the pertinent spiritual themes.
I think that their style will not appeal to readers more accustomed to messages of a more religious spiritual nature. However, this work is not directed at this particular audience. Its objective is quite another: those readers who seek a spirituality stripped of any doctrinal weight, especially those with a universalist mind and a heart sensitive to intelligence and creativity beyond conventional limits.
I thank this group of extraphysical poets and chroniclers for the opportunity to participate as an interdimensional element in the passage of their writings from Astral to Earth.
To all readers, Peace and Light.” ~ Wagner Borges
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