The World We Left Behind: A Journey From Georgia To Maine: Volume 1
John R. Morris, aka Morris the Cat, was at a crossroads in his life. He had many possessions, a good job, a loving family, and a predictable future. By all rights, he should have been happy.
Disillusioned by depression, he turned to alcohol to numb his feelings. He wanted to make the stirrings of dissatisfaction go away.
At last, he came to the realization that not only did something have to change, everything had to change. So he deconstructed. Selling all of his possessions, bidding adieu to his friends and family, he set out on the most famous hiking trail in the country—:the Appalachian Trail. From Georgia to Maine, this trail features some of the toughest and ever-changing terrain.
Though the path would challenge him in every way, Morris persisted. And with each challenge came change. John’:s encounters with life existing as a drifter detail not only his initial blind naï:veté: but his unyielding determination to give meaning and understanding to a world he no longer felt a part of.
The World We Left Behind: Book One —: Now Available
The World We Left Behind: Book Two —: Mid-2016
The World We Came To Find —: TBA
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