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Summary

If these tales had been written by an unknown author, then they would be no more than entertaining reflections on the childhood and youth lived in the early 20th century. But they gain in interest and significance because of who wrote them, for they provide an insight into the life and mind of a youngster who later became a great philosopher and spiritual teacher: Douglas Harding (1909-2007), author of The Hierarchy of Heaven and Earth, On Having No Head, and many other books. These stories open an intimate window on Harding's early life; their autobiographical nature is only thinly disguised. After listening to them, you will know and understand Harding in a new and more intimate way.

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