Beyond Religion, Volume I, (eBook) by Stanislaw Kapuscinski

Montreal, Canada (PressExposure) July 28, 2009 -- INHOUSEPRESS presents the first of three volumes of Essays. Each volume includes 52 essays by Stanislaw Kapuscinski, architect, sculptor and prolific writer, who demonstrates his unique perspective on subjects as diverse as The Last Things, Phenomenology, Life, Power, Body and Soul, Freedom, Duality, Pleasure, Prayers, Traditions, Myth and Reality, Sex, Salvation, and many others. This collection helped the author to develop his philosophy, which hence manifests itself in his many novels. Seven of his novels written under the pen-name Stan I.S. Law, are available on and most major online distributors.

Ebook (ISBN 978-0-9780267-9-0) can be ordered from (through PayPal for $7.00) or by contacting

Complete list of essays can be viewed at

Excerpt from the Introduction:

It seems to me that we are all pilgrims. The ideas that follow are stages in my own journey. Some later insights may even contradict some of the previous ones. This is the excitement of travel. As the scenery changes, our understanding gains a new, perhaps greater perspective. I was moving from the known into the unknown. I continue to do so. I’ve discovered that often the fastest way to travel is to keep very still.

Paradox? No. You’ll see. Many of you may have passed this way a long time ago. Still others may not have reached this or that particular mile. A few among you will recognize the twists and turns in my road. It is not always easy to stay on the straight and narrow. Some of you might even enjoy taking the journey with me. If you do, I shall no longer be alone.

Nor will you.


INHOUSEPRESS specializes in exploration of Human Potential. They published seven novels, six more are in the editing process. In addition, six non-fiction books, plus collections of poetry and short stories are in various advanced stages of preparation.

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