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Tao of Surfing

  • Livre Relié
  • 112 Nombre de pages
Texte du rabat A New Way of Healing "Tao of Surfing is an inspired book and a unique reflection that will have a lasting effect o... Lire la suite
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Texte du rabat

A New Way of Healing


"Tao of Surfing is an inspired book and a unique reflection that will have a lasting effect on anyone who reads it."

-Bob Walch, The Monterey County Herald


The roads I travel and the waves I search for and ride exemplify the flowing movement and continuous change of life itself. - From the book


"Author Allen.in fine, thoughtful fashion.writes well, informally, and there is haiku in his observations.A delightful book, effortlessly wise."

-The Book Reader


"From the first pages of this remarkable book I was captivated by the gently profound philosophy of riding through life with graceful balance."

-Greg Ambrose, author of Surfer's Guide to Hawaii and co-author of Memories of Duke, the Legend Comes to Life


Internationally acclaimed and Pulitzer Prize nominated author Michael A. Allen, takes you on a journey into the recesses of your soul and explores the ontological question, "What is our underlying essence?" Mr. Allen uses the metaphor of the sea, and its ebb and flow, to describe the Tao of life's cycle. And he discovers within this unique reflection a new way to comfort and heal the Self from the trauma of death.


His long time interest in film brought him to write the screenplay adaptation with his brother in law Alex Carig in order to make Tao of Surfing into a full-length feature motion picture. Mr. Allen was initially inspired to write Tao of Surfing after his brother-his surfing partner-died from the complication of AIDS.

Détails sur le produit

Titre: Tao of Surfing
Sous-titre: Finding Depth at Low Tide
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9780595711727
ISBN: 0595711723
Format: Livre Relié
nombre de pages: 112
Poids: 325g
Taille: H229mm x B152mm x T10mm
Année: 2007