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By: Pamela Ratsey

The Tale of a Dream

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In The Tale of a Dream, an octogenarian author embarks on a reflective expedition through the archives of her mind. With a quest to understand how events, people, and experiences have moulded her life, she aims to unearth universal truths and a sense of purpose. What begins as a straightforward analytical endeavour transforms into a fascinating odyssey where patterns and connections manifest with surprising ease, as if the puzzle pieces of her life were falling into place on their own.

Seemingly without effort, her fragmented thoughts coalesce into a coherent philosophy that she terms ‘Taoist-Existentialism.’ This innovative approach harmonizes natural wisdom with intellectual insights, and fuses the primal elements of nature with the complex algorithms of technology, illuminating the untapped potential within evolving humanity.

Guided solely by the currents of her thoughts and absent any preconceived notions, the author delves into life’s multifaceted questions. While many queries find answers, the eternal ‘why?’ remains intriguingly elusive, as it has for philosophers and thinkers throughout history.

The Tale of a Dream invites you to explore the landscape of human experience, asking you to reconsider what you thought you knew while urging you to ponder what you have yet to discover.

Pamela grew up in Yorkshire, moving to the Home Counties with her parents in her teens. Until her early twenties, she worked in London department stores, and as a nurse at St. George’s hospital.

After spending several years as a stay-at-home mum, Pamela studied for a degree in English at Reading University, followed by working in technical and non-technical editing posts for some years. More recently, she taught ballroom and Latin American dancing in partnership with her husband John, for local authorities and independently. This came to an end in 2008, when John was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.

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