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Jersey Yogi: The Unintentional Enlightenment of an Uptight Man

by Jim Starr

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0990449300, Paperback)

Like so many men in Matawan, NJ, Jim Starr was essentially normal . . . doing his best, working for a living, paying bills, raising a family, and looking forward to the weekend bbq with friends. But what he was called to do following a devastating sports injury was so far from normal, it left him forever changed.

Jersey Yogi: The Unintentional Enlightenment of an Uptight Man is about a journey to the source, and further still -- a journey to the source of the source. Jim, with his friend Don, took a chance to find the very source of the holy Ganges River in India without a guide, without understanding the language, and without anything to prove other than that he could do it.

And on his journey through India, a culture he could barely comprehend, Jim faced a life or death struggle...and found the source within himself.

(retrieved from Amazon Tue, 07 Jul 2015 20:47:48 -0400)

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