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Fleeting Journey By Marcel Fraser
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What does a tourist think about after he’s found a place to sleep, had some food, and seen a few of the sights? Marcel Fraser shares his quest for meaning – a path we are terrified to... More > track. Why am I here? Why am I conscious? Is this it? This book is not a travel guide cataloging place names. Rather, the author uses prose as poetry to transform the reader’s experience from the visual to the emotional. As you take this journey with the author, you will discover how travel and solitude can reveal meaning in your own life.< Less
ALONE IN THE SIERRA By Marcel Fraser
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What does a hiker think about as he lugs a heavy pack up a steep High Sierra path? Alone in the Sierra is a love song to wilderness, to self-sufficiency, and to the creative philosophy that the... More > author discovers in solitude. This book is a distillation of the long time relationship between the author and the Sierra Nevada.< Less
The Void Of Nothingness By Marcel Fraser
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In “The Void Of Nothingness”, the third in a trilogy about journeys, the author asks himself: What am I doing here -- and who is asking in the first place? Looking back on all these inner... More > journeys reveals that he has not arrived anywhere. But that is no surprise. Woe to the one that arrives at his destination. Our universal search for meaning usually shepherds us to religion, but often vaults us on to unforeseen philosophies. The author was born of a Catholic mother and a Jewish father, confirmed a Lutheran, attended Presbyterian Sunday school, and indoctrinated at a fundamentalist Christian summer camp. He held the highest lay position in his church for years, and conducted the service when the pastor was absent. He married both a Catholic and a Jew – not at the same time! He wasn’t too concerned about the afterlife either; like all young people, he was immortal. Today, near the end of his life, he is an atheist with an agnostic insurance policy.< Less