Friday, November 8, 2013

Unplugged And Totally Uncut: Author Eric Storlie

Listen to the interview on I Heart Radio I've studied religion and spirituality my entire life. Native American to Buddhism. Christianity to Hinduism. Americanism to Corporate Success-ism. Being a second degree black belt in martial arts is often confused with breaking bricks and landing solid kicks. But to live the path means communication. With a self that most in this nation continue to run from. Erik Storlie's book Just Go Deep And Take Plenty Of Root serves an open door to explore.


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  2. I was a student of Erik Storlie and he was an exceptionally fine teacher. But please be careful comparing his book with Garrison Keillor's Lake Woebegone Days. That book takes its tone from Swift's Gulliver's Travels and ends with a parody of Rolvaag's great Norwegian-American Novel: Giants in the Earth. Garrison, like Erik, was an English major.