“his is the story of a young man and a generation of angry youths who rebelled against their parents and the unfulfilled promise of the sixties”.

As with many self-destructive kids, Noah Levine’s search for meaning led him first to punk rock, drugs, drinking, and dissatisfaction. But the search didn’t end there. Having clearly seen the uselessness of drugs and violence, Noah looked for positive ways to channel his rebellion against what he saw as the lies of society. Read More for his book and philosophy.


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  1. Hello, just stopped by to say, ‘excellent blog!’
    I read Dharma Punx about 4 months ago and found it quite inspirational. The writing isn’t terribly polished, but the honesty which it reflects is a part of the charm.

    Funnily enough, my acupuncturist loaned me his Dad’s book (Stephen Levine’s ‘A Gradual Awakening’) about a year ago, interesting to make the connection!

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