Ever strike up a life-altering conversation in an unexpected place amongst unlikely company? Well, Carl F Gauze just discovered his path to enlightenment inside a beer tent! Or rather, that’s where the author of The Why Café slung him the small book with a big message about existence and fulfillment.
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