Disillusioned with the religious and political models of the 9/11 age, Rafiq asks a question that we all face in our desire for authentic lives: how can he remain in the world and still be true to himself?
His quest for an answer carries him to a job at an Islamic university in Indonesia, where the US embassy is looking for terrorists, and then to the Sufi communes of northern India in search of the mystical. It pulls him into the trenches of 9/11 truth activism in Montreal before immersing him in the peyote ceremonies of the shamans of Mexico.
Author of Primal Awareness and Unlearning the Language of Conquest
“A book to ignite a generation.”
“If Kerouac or Bukowski had shunned alcohol for cannabis, encounteredSufism, and faced 9/11 truth and its implications, the result might havelooked a bit like this. Days of Shock, Days of Wonder is an en-grossingread and an important document of our time.”