Youth is a tempestuous age. It’s a time of storms and uncertainty in the midst of sunshine and laughter.
And questions crop up for the young. They rise by the dozen, by the score—like weeds.
“What should I do when . . . ?”
Go it alone? Trust to street smarts? Fake it? Yes, these are possibilities, but so often they turn down a rocky, thorny road—a road of endless sorrow, grief, and pain. Sometimes it pays to lend an ear to one who’s been over the route and bears the cuts and bruises of many mistakes.
Is today’s youth, the future of tomorrow, going to hell in a basket? Overall, they’re doing fine.
To see how well, take a quick look at this book—and appreciate the kinds of questions they ask about just getting along. School. Dating. Classmates’ teasing. The loss of a loved one—pet or human. How did life start? AIDS? Picking a career. Karma. Choosing a mate for life.
This book is a compilation of twenty years of questions from youth around the world and Sri Harold Klemp’s answers to them as the Mahanta, the Living ECK Master.
Their questions range so far and wide. Big horizons. Bigger visions.
Above all, their questions reveal a deep concern about more weighty matters than simply diversity and a host of other social and political issues.
They wonder about things of God, of Spirit, of love.
These youth will astonish you with the depth and breadth of their concerns. Pull up a chair. Join us as we deal with the real, down-to-earth quandaries of living today.
Who knows? You may even catch a glimpse of yourself.
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(7.38-by-9.25-inch paperback, 305 pages)