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Reflective Journeys: Architeuthis by G. Kassabgi
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George Kassabgi is a contemporary writer/philosopher following in the footsteps of Stefan Zweig, Kahlil Gibran, and Rainer Maria Rilke. Born in Northern Italy, George now lives in Winchester Massachusetts with his wife Maria and three sons: George-Emil, Nicholas and Louis. A sequel to the author's previous collection entitled 'Methuselah', Reflective Journeys 'Architeuthis' is an exploration of philosophical concepts and reflections on life all around us. Continue a journey of thought and introspection unlike any before. Immerse yourself in this collection of writings organized in three sections: Life, Death, and Source. Reframe and restructure your inquisitiveness to emerge with new questions and new meaning. The struggle of your time will come Sitting in your lap, staring at you in silence It haunts your sleep and wrestles your thoughts Daring to shape you it waits, patiently restless - 'Embrace' The giant squid 'Architeuthis', an animal that transcends our science and technology, drawing fear and fascination, curiosity and bewilderment. Architeuthis reminds us that nature, and its life forms, remain full of important questions, full of mystery. Life directly in front of us, in the depths of our consciousness, calls out for exploration. This is the precious gift of this oceanic creature, in the context of mankind and its quests: a reminder of the wonders that surround us and the fundamental questions that prevail. For more on Reflective Journeys, please visit our web site at: http: //
Release date NZ
January 29th, 2009
Country of Publication
United States
black & white illustrations
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