The Blacksmith's Son

The Blacksmith's Son

An Autobiography and commentary on our world of today

Paul A. Jensen

Natur, miljø & teknik


176 sider

ISBN: 9788771704631

Forlag: Books on Demand

Udgivelsesdato: 17.12.2015

Sprog: Engelsk

Farve: Nej


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The son of a Danish immigrant tells the story of his life and times, from the beginning of the Second World War to the state of the world today. He questions the wisdom of religious belief and the ever increasing growth of civilization. Will mankind be able to survive when confronted with a shortage of essential resources and over population, in the near future? Has the time come for nations to implement much needed limits to growth? Have governments failed to respond, due to political inaction or fallacy? Currently, the masses are on the move in the Middle East, Northern Africa and elsewhere, toward Europe, in search of survival and a better life. Europe can accommodate some of them but not all. Terrorism threatens Europe and elsewhere. How will it all end?

In 1941 Paul's family move to the countryside in northern California, for the duration of the war. Later in life, Paul begins to worry about the future of the world that he knows and cares about. He asks difficult questions and expects intelligent answers.
Paul A. Jensen

Paul A. Jensen

Paul A. Jensen is the son of a Danish immigrant to the United States. He tells the story of growing up in rural Northern California during and after the Second World War. It is the story of living poorly in rural America and of the challenges and the opportunities as well. It is about obtaining a higher education and a place in society. The challenge of working your way through college, of questioning the society you live in and it's religion. It is also a story of success and travel in the world outside of rural California and finally a story of living and working in Europe in the twenty first century. It reflects on the future of the world as we know it and the approaching crisis facing the world today.

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