Rambling Toward Truth: Finding God in Beauty, Art, Nature & Wanderlust, a Book by the Director of LMM

A new book by the Director of La Mancha Media, Rambling Toward Truth: Finding God in Beauty, Art, Nature & Wanderlust

Available on Amazon.com: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0784Y3HH8




“This memoir was unlike anything I have read before. I found it to be utterly riveting… Think of this tale as a modern-day Confessions.” -Brandon H. (Author)

In the 1980s, a thirteen-year-old runs away from home, hitchhikes the country, and is imprisoned in the infamous drug rehab Straight for half a year before a thrilling escape. His budding wanderlust brings him to Santa Cruz, California, to live in a LSD hippy camp, then to Ithaca, New York, to become an organic farmer and radical environmentalist, and eventually throughout Europe with a backpack where his mind is expanded by its old world Christian culture. Upon growing marijuana and meditating in a graveyard, the young man begins to see God's creating hand in all of nature. In philosophical musings on the natural law and the purposes of sex, a dive into the lyrics of Bob Dylan and Neil Young, a reading of Don Quixote, and upon an encounter with the Dalai Lama, he begins to question why it is the new alternative-minded relativistic culture is open to all religions and spiritualities in the universe but one, Catholicism. These reflections lead the young man on a journey to Christianity and eventually Catholicism.

“I'm not usually a fan of memoirs, but I do love a good conversion story. This one hit on all cylinders like a trippy, modern Restless Heart or a Faust in reverse.” -JSB Morse (Author and Vine Voice Contributor)

Today, the author David Waylon, is a writer, a lawyer, a nonprofit documentary film director, a motorcycle enthusiast, and a world-traveler to nearly one hundred countries and territories.

“This book was hard to put down, and really went through such a labyrinth of emotions and experiences. . . This story can be an inspiration to people in difficult circumstances to keep trying, to pick yourself up and begin again . . .” -Isabella C.

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