Alex Papadonker’s new book, The Three Levels of Self-Awareness, is the talk of the book club I attend. I have read it twice already. I can’t think of a better way to start off my summer.
Alex Papadonker is about to become the next great American author. The book’s premise is: In the old days all of us had to have some sort of conscious awareness of how we were living our lives. No more. Today, we have the ability to self-discover and achieve the most incredible life experiences in our own time.
For many years, Alex Papadonker worked as an advertising executive. In 2003, he suffered a stroke that left him with aphasia, which limited his ability to speak. He was also left with a lifelong phobia of shopping, so he had to spend a lot of time walking the aisles of his local Barnes & Noble while shopping. He didn’t have any interest in writing, so he was left to do the work of the world for himself.
Alex Papadonker was the founder of the first online book store, iBooks. In 2006, he left that job to work alongside his wife. For the next two years, he was an assistant copy editor at W.H. Smith. In 2009, he founded his own company, Papadonker, Inc., which focused on creating a digital library of the world’s best books.
The book store’s owner is a former military commander, and he’s not the least surprised that a few years ago, he was killed with a bullet. When the book store was closed, he left the company and died on a mission to the world.
This is a pretty sad story, but it’s important to note that the main characters of Star Wars are all dead. The only people who died in the film are the villains, and the Star Wars characters are in some sense dead too. The main character in that film, Darth Vader, is a bit like a zombie, and he also hasn’t died in the film.
The first sequel to the original Star Wars had Vader, a Jedi, dead. In the sequel, he’s not. He’s dead. He’s dead in the original. As far as we know, he’s dead in the third film. We don’t know that he’s dead in the future films, but it’s possible. Vader is dead in the prequel trilogy, but he’s not dead in the original trilogy.
A couple of other people have died at the same time as Obi-Wan, who in the first two films, in the series, died due to a bad battle with the Tatooine. That’s a bit of a weird coincidence, but in the second film he was still alive, and we were told the story is still true. Vader was alive when he was killed in the first film, but not in the trilogy, and is still alive in the sequel trilogy.
The main character of the first film is probably the most interesting character who’s alive in the original trilogy, but in the sequel trilogy, he’s dead. The main character of the second film is probably Vader, who was killed by an unknown enemy. He was the main protagonist of the original trilogy, but that series didn’t tie him to the third film, and he’s probably dead in the sequel trilogy.
The three-dimensional space-time is really easy to get a grasp on, but we need to figure out some way to get a good grasp on it. I’ve also found that for the first two films, the way that the main character of the original trilogy, and Vader, are floating around is much more difficult, so I’ve been working on the 3d part of it.