Foreword

Given retrospectively through the character of Salvatore DiSanti, this universally themed fiction is set to a backdrop of real events in the author’s lifetime. The transmission considers different levels of receptivity in its audience; therefore, the expression of the same ideas from different angles may be repetitive to some, yet necessary to the assimilation of others who are unfamiliar with the material.

Please be assured that references to the harmful conveyances of authority figures and belief systems aren’t made with the intent to place blame. Depictions of unfortunate events related to persons and religions are presented in the light that people often act without questioning the dominant forces in their lives.

Forgiveness is examined with the acknowledgment that it can sometimes be difficult and at times thought impossible to do. The intention is to bring this difficulty into the light of a broader perspective, where the potential to see beyond our perceived capabilities waits to be recognized. The aim is to bring clarity to the truth that nothing seen as external changes until change occurs within us. Only then, can we begin to understand why we are better off not to freeze-frame ourselves in the past with an attitude of resentment.

To avoid confusion, I will take this time to say Salvatore’s inter-dimensional journey, the one which begins on the first stairwell landing of the Victorian he calls home in chapter ten, continues to take place on the stairwell through to chapter twenty-two.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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