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The Soulful Traveler by [Jax, Rene]
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Rene Jax has written a charming travelogue filled with personal insights and profound observations. It is an easy read, that provokes the reader to reach out beyond their comfort and explore themselves and the world around them in more detail. The Soulful Traveler encourages us to see ourselves and the world in more detail, with more curiosity and more love. You will find yourself reading and re-reading the book, trying to squeeze out all of its hidden meaning and subtext.

Jax gives Hemmingway a run for his money.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 133 KB
  • Print Length: 53 pages
  • Publisher: Ocean of Dreams; 1 edition (June 26 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DNNXV66
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa39f3318) out of 5 stars 2 reviews
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By Susan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I thoroughly enjoyed this short travelogue for its uniqueness, its raw truth, and its poetry. The author knows herself and recognizes the feelings of others and likes to observe the details of other cultures. She is a savvy and confident solo traveler. I hope she has written other books and articles. Susan
HASH(0xa39fc558) out of 5 stars Journey of Self June 29 2013
By Samuel Rafael - Published on Amazon.com
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This little work, so much more than a book about travel, reflects and reveals many deep personal insights about the author's psyche. There are physical places described, of course, some far off and some nearer by. Some are magnificent and others vile and dangerous, but all are seen and depicted in the author's gentle, vivid and eloquent style. It is a journey of self, presented as a parallel process in the author's reflections about the countries and places she has visited. Throughout her journeys, she peers deeply into her own soul to make sense of what she observes in the context of who she is and who she has become.

On trips taken for business or with no purpose other than to explore, there is a deep and poetic nostalgia evident for old experiences and for relationships lost, and an enduring sadness and longing for a love that can no longer be and for a child that was never born. Along the way, the author observes humanity and inhumanity, inequities among nations and people and the further oppression of the already downtrodden. But there is also joy, insight, satisfaction and acknowledgement, buttressed by the author's own struggle for gender congruence. Lest one think this short work is depressing, it is not. It stands as a realistic lament that although life has moved on and taken the bloom, dreams and hopes of youth, it still holds the hopeful promise of many good journeys to come.