A Returning Wind

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When Noah Dawson reaches his breaking point working for an unethical corporation, he returns to the tranquil landscapes of Arizona, where his eyes open to a quieter way of seeing. He encounters a former Buddhist monk, a Hopi woman, a rodeo-star grandfather, and an ex-Marine brother, but ultimately stumbles upon profound insights about nature and the spirit of humanity More

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About Gordon Rogowitz

Gordon's books consider approaches to freedom in life and the actions people take to create a kinder world. Much of his writing concerns the interplay of nature, technology and humanity. Gordon's writing has been influenced by Henry David Thoreau, whose cabin on Walden Pond was located near his birthplace in Massachusetts. Today he lives in northern Arizona, which still retains the kinds of untouched landscapes Thoreau so greatly admired.

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Review by: robert epstein on Feb. 19, 2012 :
well written ... Very interesting , but will appeal only to a select reader.
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)

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