Perspective Stories

The 8th Verdict


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Here is the next installment of the Tesserean stories; The 8th Verdict.

The story is about a man who is sent to a gala in the desert, to assassinate one of seven people on a list, so he may cash in on a prize he and his wife won from entering a sweepstakes.

Simply click the link HERE to download.

The story is in PDF format and only 10 pages long.


  1. amie alter

    The Eigth Verdict: This is one of the most amazing stories you have written – and actually anyone has written – that I have had the opportunity to read.
    Perhaps I have become aware enough to understand more than I have in the past. Or perhaps the layers behind the words, and the final verdict – the curtains open to reveal our own doubts have been killing dreams. Ruthlessly or carelessly, allowing doubt to drown the dreams – dreams that might have been given life.
    We have murdered our own dreams, the dreams of our children, dreams of people we only met in passing, future generations…. The world can only slowly die, without these fantastic imaginings. Thought forms of love and life that are bigger than any one of us.
    This story is a game changer.
    Thank you.

    • Adam King

      Thank you so much Amie. This is just the beginning of where we’ve decided to take the Tesserean work.
      Jen and I have dozens of videos, audios, and new stories planned through the summer. All of which, are to help prepare for the Tesserean Handbook in the fall.
      Thank you so much for your sincere and profound reflection. To say that it’s validation for the upcoming work, would be an understatement.

  2. cathy copeland

    I know what will come is hope and inspiration……….
    For now, you have elucidated how disappointing my life has become. I couldn’t quite define the feeling till now.
    Thank You

    • Adam King

      Thank you Cathy. This story is important to me because of what you’re saying. We act as though we must be somewhere, someone else, be in some higher place in order to feel worthy. This causes us to compare, fear our capabilities, and of course, doubt. The (almost) inevitable byproduct is to sit idle until regret is all we have. Everything we need to combat these feelings is here, right now, waiting at our disposal.
      There’s so much more I want to say about this story (which I will in the future), but you’re right. Hope and inspiration is key. That’s a good start.

  3. Pam

    Thank you…you open my eyes & touch my soul

    • Adam King

      You’re very welcome Pam!

  4. Terri

    So fantastic,Adam!!!

    We are the creator of our lives on all levels and layers.

    What a great way to get to the origin of a problem.

    I thought he was going to have himself killed—- that was my choice.

    So often we want to get rid of the problem or person or situation without acknowledging that our own thoughts and actions created the problem.

    An amazing story.

    Thanks so much!!

    • Adam King

      Yes! Me too in the beginning! The nightly experiences I encountered with this pulled me in so many different directions. The story was almost scrapped until just a few days ago. Really glad I saw it through. I guess that’s the point of it in the first place! 😊

  5. Karen Gless, Ph.D.

    Thank you, Adam, for such an enlightening, engaging and exciting story. The ending surprised me and took me deeper into myself. It is truly inspirational. I am really looking forward to where you are taking Tesserea this summer.

    • Adam King

      Thank you Dr. Gless! I appreciate the feedback greatly. And, I can’t wait for the summer as well! 😎

  6. Ginny

    Adam, this is a WOW of the first degree ! I appreciate your many talents and your willingness to share yourself ! I’m going to spend some serious time going over this !

    • Adam King

      Thanks Ginny! Jen and I will be doing a podcast about it once we get to the cabin. Have fun and enjoy it!

  7. Pat(Itstime)

    I sooooo get it.


    • Adam King

      Thank you Pat!

  8. Angela

    Interesting how easy it is to stay “within the box” of assumed or suggested outcome. I’ve spent time learning new things, trying to find new ways for my brain to think about the same topics, only to keep pursuing the same end result that is not productive or doesn’t completely resolve an issue. The frustrating part is that I seem to keep myself in that box most of the time. Just a fresh eye to the issue that is out of this little box and …bam! New ways to tackle a topic can be amazing!

    Thank you for the reminder and some motivation to be careful for where the creativity is spent. You do it SO amazingly well!

    • Adam King

      Great insights, as always.
      Thank you Angela. 😊

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