Book Review: Grist for the Mill

August 30th, 2018

Ram Dass is synonymous with the Eastern philosophy movement that swept America and Western Europe in the 60s and 70s, but how many have acutally read his books? Would you think they'd be too lofty and intimidating, as befitting a learned and respected guru? Or would you think they would be rambling and nonsensical, like the memoirs of any celebrity of the drug-highs of the 60s? Would you be suprised to find out that they are neither: that they are starkly simple, down-to-earth musings of an unassuming middle class man? Listen in for a review packed with quotes and a rant breaking down why you shouldn't take being a philosophy major too seriously!

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