Blood Rubber: How the Amazon Died tells the extraordinary story of one of the blackest episodes in Amazonian history, known as the Putumayo Affair. In 1907, Walter Hardenburg, a young American explorer and engineer, was canoeing slowly down a meandering tributary of the great river, in deepest Amazonia, in search of adventure. The realm of Captain Kurtz’s Apocalypse Now seems tame by comparison with what he found through the mist up ahead.
"Loved Every Moment"
Spiritual teachers Richard Moss, M.D., and Deepak Chopra, M.D., discuss our relationship with the infinite, the meaning of the spiritual path, and our intimacy with that which is eternal.
Moss defines the spiritual path as a process that ultimately brings us to a deep and innate sense of joy, and that takes our fears and makes them our friends. He says that when we make a sincere commitment to consciousness, we decide to become disciples of ourselves.
A Bolinda Exclusive - listen to your favourite Australian authors read their own short stories! Includes stories by Nick Earls, Tracey Cox, Richard Stubbs, Tara Moss, Maggie Alderson, Nick Hornby, Marian Keyes and many more...