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Every journey has a destination of which the traveler is unaware.

—Martin Buber
Austrian-Israeli-Jewish Philosopher






All life on this planet has the ability to maladapt (to change and adapt in an unhealthy way) according to environment, stress, and circumstance. Entire societies may be maladaptive.

The people of the tiny, beautiful island of Cuba have had to maladapt from forty-eight years of oppression, lack, and captivity. In spite of the adversity they have faced, they are an effervescent people, and I pray for their emancipation. I fervently wish them dignity, freedom, and abundance. This book is for the people of Cuba.


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Table of Contents

Preface: Letters to Paris

One: Beaches

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