Life Is Fast, And I Ve Found It S Easy To Confuse The Miraculous For The Mundane, So I M Slowing Down, Way Down, In Order To Give My Full Presence To The Extraordinary That Infuses Each Moment And Resides In Every One Of Us.At 23, Andrew Forsthoefel Headed Out The Back Door Of His Home In Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, With A Backpack, An Audio Recorder, His Copies Of Whitman And Rilke, And A Sign That Read Walking To Listen He Had Just Graduated From Middlebury College And Was Ready To Begin His Adult Life, But He Didn T Know How So He Decided To Take A Cross Country Quest For Guidance, One Where Everyone He Met Would Be His Guide In The Year That Followed, He Faced An Appalachian Winter And A Mojave Summer He Met Beasts Inside Fear, Loneliness, Doubt But He Also Encountered Incredible Kindness From Strangers Thousands Shared Their Stories With Him, Sometimes Confiding Their Prejudices, Too Often He Didn T Know How To Respond How To Find Unity In Diversity How To Stay Connected, Even As Fear Works To Tear Us Apart He Listened For Answers To These Questions, And To The Existential Questions Every Human Must Face, And Began To Find That The Answer Might Be In Listening Itself Ultimately, It S The Stories Of Others Living All Along The Roads Of America That Carry This Journey And Sing Out In A Hopeful, Heartfelt Book About How A Life Is Made, And How Our Nation Defines Itself On The Most Human Level.
Free ↠ Walking to Listen By Andrew Forsthoefel – Valtrex-4.us
- 400 pages
- Walking to Listen
- Andrew Forsthoefel
- 07 May 2017 Andrew Forsthoefel