The Carmel Pine Cone
Scott Foglesong, who has lived with the effects of polio since the ago of 7, profited by his aunt's sagacity: She told him not to dwell upon what he had lost, but on what he had left.
What he had left was plenty. Scott, growing up in a small Mississippi River town, reveled in exploring the bluffs, woods and ravines along the river from which he developed "an intense love affair with nature." This directed him to the teachings of Native American spirituality and the "presence of Spirit in nature and human nature." A lifelong journey into the sum and substance of Self culminated in the creation of, "Walk This Way with Scott Foglesong - The Art Of Making A Difference In Your Own Life."
The main thrust of the book is personal growth, self-esteem and self-expression. "I encourage people to see and experience themselves in their natural surroundings," Foglesong says. In doing so, readers may come to a greater understanding and appreciation of who they are.