In his second book W. Thomson Martin brings together the liberating force of outrage in service to life with the meditative rhythms of connecting to nature --- plants, animals, rivers and mountains. In the tradition of Thomas Berry and Joanna Macy, Tom inspires the reader to explore healing trails that can lead us from self-destructive behaviour to a healthier way of being human.From encounters with bears and foxes to the intricacies of biocratic urban design, this book in equal measure inspires, guides and restores courage and spirit.
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About the Author
W. Thomson Martin, known to his friends as Tom, was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He has lived and worked on three continents. A retired microbiologist, he now lives in Victoria, BC, Canada. He is the author of The Bluff Detector: Stories, Dreams and Rivers of Change.