Think Like a Caveman is a short treatise on living well by listening to one's natural instincts. The first story is about Caveman Carl and the discovery of fear. Carl is a content caveman who understands his place in the natural world. He is a piece that belongs. Carl is happy to live each day, moment by moment, being a man-the creature that reasons. One day, however, as Carl is seeking for food, he encounters another caveman who threatens his food supply. After an ugly battle, Carl feels a new emotion-fear. Carl finds that fear is a debilitating thought-process which not only steals his joy but his ability to reason as well. The author uses a stylistic combination of story and personal memoir to inspire his readers.
|Publisher:||My Mind and Me|
|Product dimensions:||5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.13(d)|
About the Author
As a native of Portland, Oregon, Jeff Lethcoe has a deep affection for the natural environment. He has been a middle school teacher for the past thirteen years, specializing in English composition and religious studies. He holds an M.A. in Humanities with a specialization in philosophy. Think Like A Caveman is his first treatise on living well. Jeff Lethcoe currently lives in southern California with his wife and two children.
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Great Book! I bought it on my nook!