Made for reading
The depths of good and evil
Being and society
Metaphysics and society
Made for reading
A seance to solve Grims' tale
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New York 2052
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WHAT PEOPLE SAY
We use George Grows Twelve Stations as a guideline for our Educational Workshops in Spain, the USA and Mexico. It inspires many young people as part of our Reading Therapy and promotes cognitive construction and orientation skills. In our systemic work with the goal of self-organization, there is nothing more important than a permanent flexible attractor to create awareness and cognitive competence both freely and creatively.
The story is the hammer. I don't think there is anything comparative. Once I read Hermann Hesse's Siddhartha. Now I know how outdated and wrong this bestseller is. How obsolete and erroneous Buddhism ... actually all schools of thought are. George Grow's Twelve Stations is an absolute must and an absolute pleasure to read. It's far ahead of its time and yet so topical. The best gift my parents have ever made to me.
DR. C. B.
Each time you think of "Wald", "Twelve Stations" or "The Integral Society", you feel totally grounded. Ever since nothing can throw you off your path. As a matter of course, these books play a significant role in my work as a psychotherapeut.
You are very lucky if "Awaken, You Sleeping Beauty" or "The Integral Society" cross your path. Others seek and learn all their life long and do not come farther as you can do with this literature within some days.
These three comedies are incredibly exciting and encircle you magically. They have a rather mysterious and eerie side, which, however, seems so real, normal, immediate and logical that over and over again I was able to express nothing but a "wow, wow, wow". Great literature in simple, vivid language.
The figures pounce on me immediately. Gripping, always humorous dialogues dragged me through the texts so quickly that I was shocked every time I reached the last page. I usually don't read plays, but George Grow's comedies read so well and enriched me with their visions so immeasurably that I've read them all at least twice. There's simply nothing to compare with this splendid plays.
Wow, this story has it all. The text is so light-footed, chilled and beautifully written, although the meaning is profound and sustainable and works immediately. The message docks rapidly with all circuits. And with Dave Kater and the FALCON FREAKS you can find relatives who are waiting everywhere but have been invisible before.
The story's bubbly, funny and just as heartwarming, wise and so helpful. Especially if you're fancing a life crisis. With this book, Grow has given a great gift to the entire readership in all age groups from the youngster to the elderly one. After reading, I felt better than I had for ages. This brisk story has a very special place in my library, and I certainly haven't read it for the last time. It's now part of the small circle of my favorite books for life.