I am not even halfway through this yet, I am inspired beyond belief. Two words, thus far come to mind regarding Path of Three Hundred: Love and Courage. Love, especially, for ONESELF. We all say we love ourselves but do we truly take the time to actually tell ourselves we are perfect just as we are and as The Creator made us?? (the answer is no or not always). Petah makes us look inside, at the ugly parts and the garbage and lets us know that we can let all of that go and love ourselves. Petah is also showing us tremendous amounts of courage. Life altering courage that one thinks they are not capable of until they just go for it….go for the dream, the peace, the accomplishment of doing something they have wanted to do yet, never made time or found the courage to do it. I cannot wait to continue my journey later this afternoon and get lost once again in Petah’s world with his love…his love for his sailboat, his love for Muse…his love for the newly found courage he has grasped. May that courage rub off onto each of us and may we be reminded to love, just as Petah. This is not a should read…it is a MUST read!
Couldn’t put it down, a great sailing adventure, a story of a man’s quest to cross the ocean ALONE, and find himself in the process. Great details of the journey – made you feel like you were there…very authentic.
This book is ideal for those who are considering major transformation in Life. The author blends poetry with the courage and grace to go on an adventure of challenge to the point of potential no return. His willingness to invite others along for the ride through the portal of this book is both selfless and filled with Opportunity for anyone who cannot break away to process change, grief or heartbreak but really needs to. It holds unexpected depth of energy that is as vast as the sea he traveled, which is enhanced by the artwork woven through the story. So many of us need to explore the spiritual landscape of the calling we feel deep within, Greg Frucci actually took the leap on our behalf, and survived to tell the tale for our benefit. Highly recommended for those who cannot escape the daily grind to go for a much needed adventure of the Soul.