Å gå. Ett skritt av gangen

Å gå. Ett skritt av gangen Details

Det beste rådet du noen gang vil få.
Erling Kagge kan vanskelig tenke seg noe viktigere enn å gå. I denne boka skriver han med utgangspunkt i sine egne erfaringer hva det å gå har betydd for ham selv og hva det kan bety for andre.

Det er en nydelig oppfølger til den internasjonale suksessen Stillhet i støyens tid. Gleden ved å stenge verden ute, en bok som vil få deg til å reflektere over rutinene du sitter fast i og mulighetene som alltid ligger der for oss alle. Det handler om å være i kontakt med deg selv og omgivelsene, se nyanser og endringer, hvor selve langsomheten er et poeng i seg selv.

«Å gå, å ta et skritt om gangen, handler om å se seg selv, elske jorden og la kroppen reise i samme tempo som sjelen. Beveger du deg for raskt holder du ikke følge med deg selv.»

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Title:Å gå. Ett skritt av gangen
Edition Language:Norwegian
ISBN:9788248921165
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    Å gå. Ett skritt av gangen Reviews

  • Diane S ?

    4.5 Such a simple thing, walking, simple for some, but not all. One never knows when one picks up a book, what they will find. I certainly never expected to find so much meaning in a small book on wal...

  • KDV

    I was a little surprised by how much I loved this book. Simple, honest, intriguing. Very Scandinavian. In my family, if we are not sitting to drink tea, we are probably walking. I'm the first office-b...

  • Jasmine

    Reading and walking -- for me the two most pleasurable things in life. I really loved Kagge's approach. A small book for a quiet afternoon - maybe after an extensive walk in the morning. What do you w...

  • Paul

    Walking is travel at a speed that humans are comfortable with, you can take everything in as you pass by. The act of us walking on two feet, upright and able to observe what is around us is a movement...

  • Brendan Monroe

    Activities promoting a return to nature seem particularly in vogue lately, and this is just another in the long line of books about walking that I see appearing in bookshops with ever increasing frequ...

  • Rob Twinem

    If only, as inhabitants of the 21st century, we could just for a moment, step outside the structured manic lives we lead and simply make the time to "be", to observe, to glorify and appreciate this wo...

  • Ron Christiansen

    A fine book. Many various, and sometimes surprising, connections between Kagge's observations, quotes from philosophers and fellow walkers, and his own walking adventures. Does leave one wanting at ti...

  • Izabella (Pages Full of Stars)

    Unfortunately, I didn't like this book as much as Silence: in the Age of Noise. I love walking and it's a part of me ever since I remember, so I was really looking forward to reading this book. Howeve...

  • Out of the Bex

    Okay but not great. A book like this one is very hard to pull off. There is no narrative structure. Walking is a collection of thoughts and ideas from the author himself on the practice of Walking. In...

  • Bluetiful Hadeel

    I'm totally in love with this book.Absolutley enlightening.Walking... is it simply an exercise, a stress relief, fun activity... etc?Or is it much more?...