An English Professor tries to deal with his wife leaving him, the arrival of his editor who has been waiting for his book for seven years, and the various problems that his friends and associates involve him in.
On the last evening of a convention two seen-it-all industrial lubricant salesmen and a youngster from the research department gather in the hotel's hospitality suite to host a delegates party. The main aim is to get the business of one particular big fish. When it becomes apparent that it is the lad who has developed a direct line to the guy, his strong religious beliefs bring him into sharp conflict with his older and more cynical colleagues. Written by
Jeremy Perkins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
If we paused for a moment, who would we see? The big man on campus, or a man questioning life? We are all actors in a play, and we know our roles well. But do we want more? Do we wonder if we are living the life that we are supposed to be living? Faith is the guiding light to keep us strong, but dreams leave us dreaming, lost to the confines of this real world. Do we know who we are, and is this all that we would become? If we could let go, accept, would we then be free, free to be who we were meant to be, but then what would wait for us at the end of the road? Life is a funny thing, one that keeps us on our toes, but the one lesson that it will always teach us is never to take things for granted. Life is always changing, and time is pushing us along. But as time marches on, where we were, the mistakes we've made are the threads intertwining, weaving into characterization, and becoming the fabric of our definition, and we are more than we thought, exceeding limitations, and discovering new heights, greater dreams, and a breath of destiny.
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