One-Eyed Jacks and the Suicide King

by Anthony Donell Smith


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/21/2015

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 258
ISBN : 9781499019773
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 258
ISBN : 9781499019766
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 258
ISBN : 9781499019759

About the Book

Stages of Literature The sorcerer dawned with skills of voodoo. The tarot card depicts the sorcerer from the voodoo stage, and he permeated into an image, with its symbols of the English court. The tragicomedy period (old English) dispelled the notion of the “sorcerer” being placed between us and our maker. Of course even without the sorcery, forces continued to defy logic. Properties of voodoo, through perspectives, were at the helm. Laws of force were soon accepted by the maturing world. Although these forces have constructs that are not visible, the effects were known to be very consistent. Testing such laws proved reliable to cause and effect. The age of reason brought wisdom, through retrospect, of how we react to the unknown and unexplained. We simply make up what we do not know. However, we do so by taking the perspectives we are granted and reasoning out the realities that lie within. With reality being created from our crooked and unaligned perspectives, our realities pale in comparison to God’s truths. The Romantic Period paired our realizations of reason and logic up against the phenomenon we call emotions. Emotions won hands down. Earlier chronicles of man demonstrate mystery, but the mystics are to the nth power within emotions. The day of the zodiac combines logics and emotions and is depicted by the symbols of civilization. Each past civilization will leave signs of what they most feared and what they most needed (adored). The interrelation of humans is controlled by the celestial constellations, aligning our compatibility to one another. It barely scratches the surface of why we are magnetized to some while we are polarized from others. Charms of Makings caused her end. Makings of charm will set and begin.


About the Author

Anthony Donell Smith was born in Akron, Ohio, on the year 1965, to hardworking blue-collar parents. Anthony has fostered confidence in teammates of Little League sports before doing the same over an eight-year span with the US military. He served his military years as a medic wherein he was exposed to the higher degree of humanity. Experience during wartime and in other combative militarized zones delivered true notions for our height of ecstasy as well as our lows of despair. Anthony served honorably prior to discharge and immediately continued serving humanity professionally in the health-care industry. Trauma rooms, burn units, delivery rooms, and his emergency medical technician license and practice provided yet more surreal experiences at acknowledging the brightest and darkest moments in the experience that we call life. Due to personal desire and grace from above, Anthony still found his unique way to foster others when possible. Thus the last five years have highlighted the twenty-five-year escalation at dealing with people professionally. Child Guidance and Family Solutions in Akron, Ohio, is where Anthony has helped low-income people obtain the mental health services, as it is a nonprofit organization. His life’s work continues as he delivers kindness with a smile to troubled individuals on the streets. That is the new frontline for many, and Anthony, as usual, is one of the first to be ready to care and repair. One-Eyed Jacks and the Suicide King is a look at ourselves and the free will that allows us to be very affectionate toward one another, yet it also speaks of the mechanized structures that we must align and adhere to. Professionally, Anthony, has reached the instruction level of supervision in most career placements, such as in his latest employment at the mental health agency where he was the internship coordinator. He was a squad leader in the US army. So he loves to prepare and to share with his team.