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Thinking wild: its gifts of insight : a way to make peace with my shadow

Author: Theo Grutter
Publisher: York Beach, Maine : Turning Stone Press, ©2013.
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Theo Grutter is a man who has spent five thousand days and nights fishing the open ocean alone. He has had a good deal of time to ponder Life's mysteries and to organize (and reorganize) his thinking. He is a modern-day Walt Whitman singing his song of Self, or John Muir intimately describing the process of reservation and renewal with a sense of wonder at the infinity in the natural world. At the heart of it, Theo  Read more...
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Grutter, Theo.
Thinking wild : its gifts of insight ; a way to make peace with my shadow.
York Beach, Maine : Turning Stone Pr, ©2013
(OCoLC)824532315
Named Person: Theo Grutter
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Theo Grutter
ISBN: 9781609259228 160925922X 9781618520326 1618520326
OCLC Number: 846914941
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Cover; Inside Flap; Praise; Copyright; Contents; 1. Premise; 2. Heart-Centered Activism; 3. Moving Toward the Millionth Circle; 4. The Stone Cutters; 5. Sovereignty; 6. Circle or/and Hierarchy; 7. Path with Heart; 8. The Dali Lama and the Millionth Circle; Appreciation; About the Author; About Circles; Backside Flap; Backcover.
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Theo Grutter is a man who has spent five thousand days and nights fishing the open ocean alone. He has had a good deal of time to ponder Life's mysteries and to organize (and reorganize) his thinking. He is a modern-day Walt Whitman singing his song of Self, or John Muir intimately describing the process of reservation and renewal with a sense of wonder at the infinity in the natural world. At the heart of it, Theo Grutter is a scavenging explorer of philosophy, science, history, spirituality, and nature, madly picking up wisdom, feeling vibrations, and following hunches. He invites fellow explorers to open their hearts and their minds to listen to the voices on the winds and from the seas, even the flora and the fauna, the parasites and the microbes; he promises to navigate the "smoothest tags the water allows."

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