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Random Musings Upon a Fish: Along With Other Companions By Caroline P Swain
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Commencing on a tropical beach in Trinidad, the book takes us along on a journey from the Caribbean through Scotland, France, Spain and Portugal, recording the details of the present, whilst... More > reflecting and seeking meaning beyond. A book both poignant and amusing, which once begun, we must keep turning the pages.< Less
The Last Aboriginals in Our Paradise for Minds By Caroline P Swain
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The author suggest that a mutation occurred in the human race around 25,000 years ago which caused a drastic change in human nature. This new type was much more self aware, had his seat of awareness... More > in his mind not his body, and gained his satisfaction primarily through his mind. Yet it appears the aboriginal gene still exists in the human population, with an estimated 3% of human beings possessing a matching pair. These ‘Original’ type of people have also been described as autotelics. The author who is an Original herself, has earlier compiled a who’s who of Originals past and present and has instigated The Original Literature Project to make a collection of Original writings. This book is a compilation of quotations collected from interviews with ordinary people and from literature, to illustrate the philosophy of Originals as well as presenting an enlightening summary of the nature of the majority.< Less
Beyond Kilimanjaro: ExploringTanzania's Mountains and Hills By Petro Lesongoyo & Caroline P Swain
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Mountains and hills present a special incentive for the explorer, as harbouring a greater proportion of the remaining wildlife and native vegetation, and also by providing viewpoints from which to... More > observe the landscape. Tanzania’s peaks are particularly excellent for views, even from modest hills - you can look out to distant ranges, puzzle over nearer hills and pimples, rendering exploring here highly rewarding, as the story of the landscape and the people belonging there gradually unfolds. We hope this book can convey something of the interest and excitement of our journey of exploration of Tanzania; being the accounts of our ascents of 94 peaks in different regions and ranges, illustrated with pen and ink sketches. The book also includes maps identifying in all 250 mountains and hills which seemed to us to have the potential for further exploration. As Petro would say, ‘Karibuni Tanzania - Karibuni Africa - welcome to Tanzania.’< Less

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