By John Hendry
In his mind-body-spirit autobiography John Hendry trawls his seventy years and is derived up with major stories that set off insights and reflections. along those are wondrous illustrations illuminating his travels in Libya lower than Gaddafi and India, epigrams which are sometimes Wildean – ‘A cynic is anyone who sees via every little thing and consequently sees nothing.’ – hilarious adventures in radio and television, haiku poetry, art – ‘For humans like me who can’t draw’ - and noteworthy highway scenes born of his rejection of ‘the infernal combustion engine’ in favour of existence as a militant pedestrian. yet this learn is something yet pedestrian.
The poet, T.F.Griffin, a reader of John’s Newsletters, writes: ‘Gently provocative, usually a laugh, constantly informative, the Newsletters let us to glimpse either the lifetime of the guy and the man’s internal lifestyles. Juxtaposing own observations with favorite prices from the clever and witty, he invitations us on a no longer too strenuous quest to determine what it really is to be human’.
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