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Generation 9/11: A Generation in a State of…

Generation 9/11: A Generation in a State of 911

by Thomas Reissmann

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This thought-provoking and true story begins on the morning of 9/11 at Lake Atitlan in Guatemala, and is both a discussion of alternatives to our current global mess as well as a search for true love. Traveling through Central America, Thomas is guided by synchronicities, a sense of his soul-mate and a vision of a more balanced world. His encounters with travellers from around the globe inspire conversations, from humorous to profound, and revolve around issues such as Globalization, the Bush Administration, the purpose of DNA, Christianity, the Kabala and the workings of the unconscious. While his journey is a personal one, his story is a universal and timely account of a generation finding purpose and vision in this world.

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