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How did a farmer come to create a spiritual sanctuary?
This book is the story behind the creation of Pathways Spiritual Sanctuary on a ranch in the Black Hills of South Dakota. An unlikely story that begins in a tin shed called the Turkey Shack.
I'm a guy who wears Carhartt jeans, with pliers in the pocket. I also was the CEO of a $65 million agribusiness and the Executive Director of a $100 million-plus science research laboratory during its startup. Along the way I had spiritual experiences that mystified me. I didn't shave my head, don robes or join an ashram. My life continued, but it was changed.
In 2010, I created Pathways Spiritual Sanctuary on my ranch in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Based on my history, you might think I'm an unlikely person to create a spiritual sanctuary, so let me tell you up front what I am not. I am not a guru. I am not a psychologist, philosopher, theologian or a person with a degree in any field that would seem relevant to spirituality. I do have bachelor's and master's degrees, but in agricultural economics. I remain the guy in Carhartts, a Nebraska farm kid, who happened to have some extraordinary experiences that allowed me to see a new world of love, compassion, tolerance and forgiveness.
This book is the story of that journey--a story that begins in a tin shed called the Turkey Shack.
Pathways Spiritual Sanctuary
ABOUT THE AUTHOR Dave Snyder grew up on a family farm in southeast Nebraska and had a career in production agriculture. He moved to South Dakota in 1980 where he and his partner continued their farming operations in the states of South Dakota, Nebraska, Montana and Colorado. In 2000 Dave retired to a small ranch in the Black Hills of South Dakota. In 2010 he built Pathways Spiritual Sanctuary on a portion of that ranch where he and his wife Jan reside.