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Table Of Contents

Far From Eden
Te Making of Legends
Impermanence
Te Measure of a Life
Te Noble Warrior
War and Peace
Te Just War
Regrets
Te Tarnishing of Glory
Te Reinvention of Darkness
Te Redemption of Time
I Can See Clearly Now
Epilogue
Glossary
Appendix
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Sitting with Warrior

Sitting with Warrior

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As a Marine Corps veteran of an unpopular and divisive war, Carl Hitchens 
contends that ‘Sitting with Warrior’ chronicles not only his journey, but America’s 
as well. By sitting and listening to Warrior’s wisdom, he has recovered lost parts 
of himself. This gives America hope for stepping out of the long shadow of 
Vietnam that today stretches over Iraq and Afghanistan. Hope that by sitting with 
Warrior and his unifying truth, America can heal her old wounds. Hope that she 
can draw from her pluralism and diversity unity rather than division—‘out of 
many, one.' 

Mr. Hitchens weaves together personal history, national history, and myth into
an expose on the Vietnam War, seeing it as an epoch of America’s evolving
consciousness, from birth of the nation through its many transitions of giving
form to its founding ideals.

Inner teacher, "Warrior," a Nanticoke warrior of the seventeenth century, shares
his wisdom with his grandson, and in doing so reveals the mystery of the warrior
spirit. It is by this inner-warrior that we self-actualize into this ongoing experience
of life, whereby we learn, grow, and, by courage conquering self-doubt, become
the noble being inside ourselves. It is this invisible being seeking objectification,
through the perfecting of our human potential that we embrace our warrior
nature and fight illusion with ultimate truth. We are Warrior.

Warrior's spiritual perspective on war, life, death, the meaning of existence
addresses those fundamental questions of human origin and purpose. HIs view
is both insightful and honoring of life lived and sacrificed in pursuit of higher
meaning. Drawing on spiritual science and "warrior perspective," he navigates
the reader through the inner workings of the human condition, enfolding within
it war, as an ironic outcropping of consciousness raging for fuller integration.
As a Marine Corps veteran of an unpopular and divisive war, Carl Hitchens 
contends that ‘Sitting with Warrior’ chronicles not only his journey, but America’s 
as well. By sitting and listening to Warrior’s wisdom, he has recovered lost parts 
of himself. This gives America hope for stepping out of the long shadow of 
Vietnam that today stretches over Iraq and Afghanistan. Hope that by sitting with 
Warrior and his unifying truth, America can heal her old wounds. Hope that she 
can draw from her pluralism and diversity unity rather than division—‘out of 
many, one.' 

Mr. Hitchens weaves together personal history, national history, and myth into
an expose on the Vietnam War, seeing it as an epoch of America’s evolving
consciousness, from birth of the nation through its many transitions of giving
form to its founding ideals.

Inner teacher, "Warrior," a Nanticoke warrior of the seventeenth century, shares
his wisdom with his grandson, and in doing so reveals the mystery of the warrior
spirit. It is by this inner-warrior that we self-actualize into this ongoing experience
of life, whereby we learn, grow, and, by courage conquering self-doubt, become
the noble being inside ourselves. It is this invisible being seeking objectification,
through the perfecting of our human potential that we embrace our warrior
nature and fight illusion with ultimate truth. We are Warrior.

Warrior's spiritual perspective on war, life, death, the meaning of existence
addresses those fundamental questions of human origin and purpose. HIs view
is both insightful and honoring of life lived and sacrificed in pursuit of higher
meaning. Drawing on spiritual science and "warrior perspective," he navigates
the reader through the inner workings of the human condition, enfolding within
it war, as an ironic outcropping of consciousness raging for fuller integration.

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