50×52: To The Last Breath

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This book was by a Pyshics professor who decided to climb all of the tallest mountains and surf every ocean.  But underlying the adventure story was a story of a man moving from isolation and self-interest to begin to grasp the bigger picture of life in relationships and community.

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