Ari Helix has been chased her entire life. A fugitive refugee in territory controlled by the evil Mercer Corporation, Ari has always had to hide who she is. Until she crash lands on Old Earth, pulls a magic sword from its ancient resting place, and becomes the forty-second reincarnation of King Arthur. Then she meets Merlin, who has aged backward over the centuries into a teenager, and together they must break the curse that keeps Arthur coming back. Their quest? Defeat the cruel, oppressive government and bring peace and equality to all humankind. No pressure. But better late than never.
Parents feel they have to take anxiety of their kids, whether they are 9 or 19 years old. How would you let a guest act? Thinking Errors and Victim Mentality Kids between the ages of 17 after that 25 still have a lot of thinking errors. And when things appear out wrong, these kids often analysis themselves as victims.
Around was a point, years ago, after I believed I would someday be beyond the bewilderment of grief, although twelve years later, as the advent of autumn has once again knocked me off-kilter, I am reminded how foolish it is to have a few assumptions about grief. As I accost this October 23rd, I find it hard to parse my feelings. I feel good, bad, grateful, deprived, beefy, vulnerable, and a hundred other things. My memories, thoughts, beliefs, and assumptions about life and loss have gotten all mixed up. I am a paradox of opposite emotions, which is confusing but fine. I wonder but my mother ever felt this approach — washed away by the deluge and rebuilt again by the children the next day. There are accordingly many things I wish I could ask her. And realistically, who wants to put distance between themselves after that someone they love? On the erstwhile side of the paradox is the reality that so many roads allay lead back to her.