The subatomic realm has a reputation for weirdness, spawning any number of profound misunderstandings, journeys into Eastern mysticism, and woolly pronouncements on the interconnectedness of all things.
I am proud to know the author Tess Rixen. This is an outstanding work about experiences we all go through as children either moving house, changing schools or entering other established situations as a newcomer. While Slipper is a small little cat, new to the world, she is not afraid of exploring! Still, this new house Read More …
Lao Tzu, translated loosely as ‘old boy’ was never compelled to try and name that which cannot be named until he was leaving his town and a young man asked the master to help him understand how to live life. Lao Tzu postponed leaving until this book was completed.
This is the book that helped me put A New Earth into a practical perspective.
Profound book by Eckhardt Tolle recommended by my good friend C-Foss, to whom I am indebted.
Great book that has contributions from Dean and some of his closest friends.
Scott Jurek’s book Eat and Run was a great read and shares a lot of Scott’s upbringing and it’s influence, as well as alternating chapters with plant based recipes.
This is the first (and only) book I have found that stands as a complete guide to accomplishing an ultra… provided that you have opened your mind to the possibility.
This book follows Dean Karnazes through his journey to complete 50 marathons in 50 days in 50 states.
A personal favorite that inspired me to run my first 100 miler.