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My Monks of Vagabondia

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My Monks of Vagabondia by Andress Small Floyd is a captivating and thought-provoking novel that follows the journey of a group of monks who embark on a pilgrimage to find the true meaning of life. The author does an excellent job of weaving in themes of self-discovery, friendship, and spiritual enlightenment throughout the story.

The characters are well-developed and relatable, each with their own unique personalities and struggles. As the monks navigate various challenges and obstacles on their journey, readers are taken on a philosophical and introspective exploration of the human experience.

Floyd's writing is both lyrical and poignant, drawing readers in with vivid descriptions and powerful imagery. The pacing of the novel is steady, keeping the reader engaged and eager to see how the monks' journey unfolds.

Overall, My Monks of Vagabondia is a beautifully written and thought-provoking novel that will resonate with readers on a deep and emotional level. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a captivating and insightful story about the search for meaning and purpose in life.

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Before welfare or rehab, what happened to those unfortunates who lost their way, fell through the cracks, were cast off by society? Men such as Andress Floyd and his wife Lillian stepped up. In 1908, the philanthropists converted a mansion in New Jersey into a refuge for homeless men and during the more than 30 years of its operation, more than 100,000 men stayed there until they were able to get back on their feet. In this volume, Floyd has collected 13 diverse true tales of what brought some of the residents to seek succor and enlightenment at the Self-Mastery Colony. - Summary by Lynne Thompson

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