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Adventures in Kinship with All Life By J. Allen Boone
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With warm humor and well-seasoned experience, J. Allen Boone reenters the wonderful world of unspoken communication between humans and animals. The author was an explorer into the realm of the... More > unexpected. He felt that most people underestimate the mental and spiritual qualities possessed by animals, and thereby miss seeing the oneness and wholeness of life. THE LANGUAGE OF SILENCE salutes the Divinity within all living creatures. In his encounter with “Just Joe,” his monkey-companion, Boone struggles to become the pupil, with “Just Joe” the teacher-- a teacher whose wisdom is not measured in words, but in his ability to vibrate with life’s unity. These thoughtful tales demonstrate how the author spoke silently with all forms of life and how he grew to understand their silent replies. Boone never looked down on animals as “lesser creatures;” rather, he looked across at them as companions in the grand adventure of life. Everything that lives has something of value to share with us.< Less
Adventures in Kinship with All Life By J. Allen Boone
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With warm humor and well-seasoned experience, J. Allen Boone reenters the wonderful world of unspoken communication between humans and animals. The author was an explorer into the realm of the... More > unexpected. He felt that most people underestimate the mental and spiritual qualities possessed by animals, and thereby miss seeing the oneness and wholeness of life. THE LANGUAGE OF SILENCE salutes the Divinity within all living creatures. In his encounter with “Just Joe,” his monkey-companion, Boone struggles to become the pupil, with “Just Joe” the teacher-- a teacher whose wisdom is not measured in words, but in his ability to vibrate with life’s unity. These thoughtful tales demonstrate how the author spoke silently with all forms of life and how he grew to understand their silent replies. Boone never looked down on animals as “lesser creatures;” rather, he looked across at them as companions in the grand adventure of life. Everything that lives has something of value to share with us.< Less