Life is often viewed as a continuum that is judged by its ultimate outcome. In contrast, native Americans view life as a journey over four symbolic hills.
Birth to teenage;
Teenage to early manhood;
Early manhood to age maturity;
(and most important) The Fourth Hill
In Journey on the Four Hills, the author relates the lessons learned in his life's journey.
In relating the way love and fear bent his life, G.R.G.M. leaves a powerful, personal legacy that gives insight into a spiritual life and the lessons that shaped it. Journey on the Four Hills defies characterization: part autobiography, part self-help, part spiritual, and part just plain wisdom.