Tales of Elevation: Ending and Beginning

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Abbott Press, Mar 9, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 156 pages

Remember your senior year of high school and the beginning of college? If you grew up in the sixties, its all right if the answer is no.

Mitcha contemporary student who idolizes that time period and participates in many of the same practices as those who really lived during the sixties counter-culture eravividly remembers his transition into this world. What started out as an alternative senior project (one that could never be passed in, of course) has evolved into this recollection of thoughts, trials, and times. Mitchs experiences are shared in a totally unorthodox way, playing with journalistic, analytic, and humoristic styles. Tales of Elevation is focused on, inspired by, and essentially produced by one particularly elevating substance, marijuana.

Despite the clichs that surround marijuana and those who appreciate it, Tales of Elevation does not preach or advocate anything. Rather, it provides a firsthand reflection of the ways Mitch and others think, feel, and behave while elevated.

Tales of Elevation gives a glimpse into another realm, where music is one of the main religions and high times with good vibes keep the ship going. Those who dabbled with it can definitely dig what goes on in this state. For anyone whos wondered what its like, Tales offers a glimpse of how marijuana can affect you and those around you.

 

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Contents

Questions Comments Concerns
1
Woah
11
Like Dislike Indifferent
19
Narrow Escape Change of Heart
27
The Wheels Are A Turnin
29
Got Borne
37
Its Actually Happening
45
Finally Finished
51
Post Punk Pre Funk
71
Slow Start
76
Getting Into the Grooves
90
Raging
99
What a Ride
111
Acknowledgments and Thank Yous
121
Midway
123
Tales of Elevation The End of the Beginning
144

Prophetic
61

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About the author (2012)

Traveling, hiking, biking, writing, Eastern Religions, seeing live music and making it with the bands The Mango Garden and Phishstix are among Mitch’s main interests. He is a New Hampshire native and dean’s list student at Keene State College.

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