An eighteen year old chameleon leaves philosophy and a small town for New York City in 1981 and finds himself for two years immersed in bohemian life at work in a bar on the 107th floor of the World Trade Center. The story continues through colorful relationships and jobs and an unusual marriage, as the young man deliberately pushes himself towards madness in order to experience life once again qApparell Id in celestial lightq. The experiment proves to be a destructive success and he is tossed about through several historical calamities while learning fast that the mad breakthrough was just a beginning. Embracing world philosophy again, he travels alone to India for a six month visit, but it ends up a sixteen year journey, the latter thirteen years with no exit from Asia, exiled on a continuous migratory path filled with conflict, love, humor, and a passion for wisdom and goodness and true identity. The nonfiction story closes at the beginning of 2009, a year after the return (but not alone) of the seasoned protagonist to America. Visit:sphyerucham.wordpress.com for more information.By now, my inner sense of direction, which had never been very acute, was completely blown away. I was in a sort offoggy void. I stood on ... It was not an ordinary raggedy car service vehicle, but a fine black sedan. The driver was a theatricalanbsp;...
|Title||:||True Stories of the Philosophical Theater|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2009-07-07|