Erol Beet and the Borsch Angel: How the Borsch Angel Got Her Name

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AElitaPress.org, Jun 28, 2012 - 32 pages
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A tale about how a boy in Indiana decided to help an old lady, met the Borsch Angel, discovered borsch, and helped the old woman and her cat to be happy. It is the story of a boy who was not afraid to take a journey to help someone.

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Nikolai Burlakoff was born in Europe and spent the first part of his life in Austria, Germany and Switzerland. After arriving in American he first lived in Pennsylvania, then New York City, Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Indiana, before returning to the New York area. He traveled widely, and currently counts more than 30 counties and 40 states on his list of places visited. His most interesting travel adventure was a six-month journey in the North Atlantic and Great Lakes on the Dutch 17th century replica vessel Halve Maen. He studied at Harvard, Indiana University, University of Maryland (Germany), Marymount College, and Chuang Yen monastery. He served in the US Army as a conscientious objector during the Vietnam War. He is deeply opposed to all wars and considers with great sadness the militarization of American culture. He is an ordained Buddhist priest in a Vietnamese Zen order. His latest initiative, AelitaPress.org and it catalog of titles brings the worlds of folktales, fiction, ethnography and Buddhism to people of all ages and backgrounds.

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