- 354 pages
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- 5.0 x 8.0 inches
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Denver, Mental health, Anxiety disorder, 1970s, Americana, Taxi driver, Adventure
Alan W. Lehmann
As America’s psychedelic sixties bled into the self-absorbed seventies, traditional churches, old psychological theories and political dogmas slid into disrepute. Natural cures, self-help books, and Eastern religions vied energetically to replace them, all to a rich soundtrack of memorable popular music.
Unlike those who sought out a monastery in India, or extensive world travel to ‘find themselves’, Danny Kohl picked Denver, Colorado, where he embarked on a personal renaissance with the help of many unique new friends and acquaintances. There he discovered that life does not lose its humor in times of fear and trauma any more than it becomes frivolous when we laugh.
Alan W. Lehmann writes in northern British Columbia when he is not enjoying the company of family and friends, and the pleasures of music, reading, duplicate bridge, and good food and wine.
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