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By: Mark Kenneth

Lore of the Jungle

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Life in the jungle and life in the city have a lot in common. Self-preservation in the jungle evolved into self-importance in the city. The herd of a family unit evolved into pluralistic herd instincts for a family, then to a team, then to a class and then it toned up to a national identity.

Mark Kenneth tells a story of gaining wisdom from a new university student, Aaron Aardvark, whose grand adventure along the footpath of life is to discover how the world works, or doesn’t.

Old age and a cranky disposition are essential ingredients for the polishing of a cynical world view. Mark Kenneth satisfies both of these criteria. He used to work as a scientist but now freely airs his subjective opinions on society with scant, qualitative evidence. Mark enjoys walks and jogs in the scrub and generally finds his way home.

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