Tangentially Speaking

344 – Paul Kloppenburg (Traveler, Artist, Builder, Thinker)

By October 1, 2018 September 14th, 2019 3 Comments

In 1969, 18 year-old Paul left Holland, hitchhiking east, with a vague sense that he wanted to spend time with Tibetans. His life has been a stream of adventure and insight ever since. Traveler, philosopher, builder, designer, artist, forager … this is a man who knows how to live with depth, passion, and integrity.

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