Top Ten lessons Carew Papritz learned from living in a tent for a year.
- Don’t touch the walls of the tent when it’s been raining.
- Don’t leave food in your tent unless you like mice.
- You won’t die without TV.
- Make sure your fire is out before you go to bed.
- You always dream better with fresh air.
- Sound travels through the walls of a tent . . .
- Food tastes better.
- Some friends think you’re adventurous . . . some think you’re homeless.
- The grass is greener but it also makes your feet wet.
- You’re the richest person on earth . . .
A tragedy begins.
A husband and wife separate.
He’s dying. She doesn’t know.
She’s pregnant. He can’t return.
Now he races against time—
In the solitude of a mountain cabin.
In a faraway mountain range.
Trying to finish . . .
For his children—
his captivating stories and memories,
turned into practical, moral, and spiritual instructions,
now their “guidebook to life.”
For his wife—
his intimate words of great love and deep regret,
now his journey of redemption,
now her passage to forgiveness.
Ultimately, he gives his final gift
to her, to them,
to us all.
Carew lives life as a series of great tests of the spirit. Born with an adventurer’s heart—a fierce and undying curiosity to see and explore the world—he takes to his challenges as if they were fatefully created just for him. He is determined to be a Renaissance Man in an age that lauds the specialist. As seen by his writings and songs in The Legacy Letters, he is fascinated with the human condition and chronicles it by immersing himself in all its endless variations.
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