Life for us takes place in a world and whirl full of knowns and unknowns, answers and mysteries, beliefs and doubts, myths and rumors, the mundane and the days of storm. Each of us experiences in our way the same things --we love, we fear, we hope, we dream, we face tragedy and personal defeat, we discover joy and fulfillment. Through it all we find that life is a dance. It is, the author believes, what living is all about-trying to learn the steps to the dance. In this, K.A. Brace's first collection of poetry, To Travel Without a Map, he has tried to make some sense of those steps we must learn and to the dance.
One of the great pleasures in life is to travel. To travel...near or far, for weeks or days, it fills the basic desire to explore. Photographs can capture the moment but it is in the words, the descriptions of those precious memories that you can memorialize your thoughts in a journal that will stay with you for the rest of your life. Write down those stories; recapture the images of your journey in your own words in "The Travel Journal."
The primary aim of the book is to explain how time travel may in fact be possible, and how to achieve it. While skepticism is a difficult skin to shed entirely, I think this short manuscript brings up some very interesting points to consider regarding the feasibility of time travel.
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