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Old Dec 23, 2011, 09:11 AM   #20
Maia 66
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Catcher in the Rye and On the Road were two classics of modern American lit that John loved and related to. And they're two of my all-time faves. We have to reclaim Catcher in the Rye so that it doesn't have any trace back to that degenerate. wilde, you're a New Yorkophile... that is a great book for anyone who loves New York!

Okay, how about this 1972 publicatio, which I suppose needs little explanation:

Here's the blurb: This updated edition of the classic mind training exercises that became the bible of consciousness exploration for a generation extends the usefulness of the "games" into corporate, educational, therapeutic, and community settings. A set of "Applications" for each cycle of games gives clear instructions for their use by teachers, therapists, workshop leaders, corporate trainers, church and community leaders, and everyone interested in maximizing their potential for: problem solving, team building,and conflict resolution; increased concentration and productivity; creativity and visionary thinking; stress reduction and relaxation; focused listening and super communication. Group facilitators and everyone who wants to live and work with more focus, flow, and mental flexibility will love this valuable resource.

All I want is the truth
Just give me some truth...

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