Michael Jones





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Total War: From Stalingrad ...
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Stalingrad: How the Red Arm...
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After Hitler: The Last Days...
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Creating an Imaginative Life
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Artful Leadership: Awakenin...
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Mammoth Book of Great Lives...
3.8 of 5 stars 3.80 avg rating — 5 ratings — published 1996 — 2 editions
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Second-Hand Stories
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Louisville Jug Music: From ...
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“One day I will risk losing you forever. When I’ll tell you for the first time that I love you.”
Michael Jones

“We are between stories now. We are evolving from the world dominated by technology and entering the age of biology when there will be a resurgence of interest in learning how to work with the forces of nature rather than against them. It will be a time for following what feels most natural, organic and heartfelt. And it is a time for understanding that we do not enter the world; we grow out of it. The seeds of our own unfolding future lie deep within ourselves.”
Michael Jones, The Soul of Place: Re-imagining Leadership Through Nature, Art and Community

“After the noble inventors, after the scientist, the chemist, the geologist, ethnologist, Finally shall come the Poet worthy that name; The true son of God shall come singing his songs. – Walt Whitman”
Michael Jones, The Soul of Place: Re-imagining Leadership Through Nature, Art and Community



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