"What makes us men and fathers? What made our fathers men? How does experience push our life path without us knowing and what does it mean when we figure it out years later? David Giver's A Slow Education defines identity through review and training. It's an exploration of understanding that calls us back to our own importance and interpretation of our lives in the most significant ways. It reminds us that what it takes to BE is what being is - and being saved travels by us on endless tracks that we need to jump on. The trauma of life laid out in words bare on paper in remembrance of how we are taken and given life at the exact same time - a wash so hard to bare and a merciless love that is defining in its depth. Complete. Important. These words in their honest simplicity become poignant to the rise up and move forward way... you can't help but know even if everything hurts. Everything helps." - Steven Hazen Williams, Fight for your Frequency
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