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Ingwe (1914-2005) – born M. Norman Powell of British ancestry – spent his childhood with the sons of warriors of an African tribe. From his boyhood friend, Ndaka, Ingwe learned how to track, hunt – and most importantly – find spirituality in the wilderness. For sixty years Ingwe dedicated himself to revealing nature’s truth to people all over the world and inspiring the youth of this world to find hope and meaning to life in the wilderness. As one of the founders of Wilderness Awareness School, Ingwe believed that “the wilderness holds all truth and knowledge.”

“I’ve heard so many say, ‘If I could only have my life to live over again I would change so much.’ I would never change a day of my boyhood years or those of my young manhood for I lived in a beautiful and wondrous wilderness where :

The elephant trumpeted to the dawn

The eagle soared against the blue of the sky

The lion roared at sunset

And the leopard prowled the starlit night.” – Ingwe, from the introduction

Paperback, 80 pages

This book is a Kamana Two recommended resource.

Also by Ingwe: Echoes of Kenya (poetry)