The New Yorker has a previously unpublished story by FSF
7th November 2013: 100th anniversary of birth of Albert Camus. "Exile and the Kingdom: Stories" by Albert Camus.
Minus 148 Degrees: The First Winter Ascent of Mount McKinley, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0898866871/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_awdm_msa7sb0QQ741J
too bad they ruined this with a movie
The opening page of Spinoza's magnum opus, Ethics; "I do not believe in immortality of the individual, and I consider ethics to be an exclusively human concern with no superhuman authority behind it." - Albert Einstein; Read more at http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/a/alberteins148873.html#LOrT3KuwC6rk1Kpk.99 ;
Stillness just might be the ultimate adventure. Pico Iyer reveals how stillness can act as a creative catalyst, and advocates for a way of living that counters the frenetic design of our modern lives.
Amazing book. A must read for African American women and/or lovers of science.
Summer '12 re-read... Lovely story of a man and his lifelong quest to reforest a desolate area of France in the early 1900’s. Handfuls of acorns transform the landscape. First read this while backpacking the Weminuche Wilderness up Elk Park about 20 yrs ago. Good friend to return to every now and then.
Confessions - This is Augustine’s autobiography of his journey to God. He was converted as an adult and went on to heavily influence medieval Christianity.