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For the past 30 years, Dr. Adriel Clark Gray has treated a growing circle of friends to his insights and reflections on life, nature, the human condition, the changing seasons, the earth's great nationalities . . . and whatever else caught his lively imagination.

He has traveled to many parts of the world in his work for the Air Force, the Peace Corps, the Red Cross, and other organizations. His memoir, Pondering My Passage, includes many of his favorite experiences. A sequel, Pondering Another Passage, chronicles his recent round-the-world tour as a lone passenger aboard a freighter bound for exotic ports.

This web site holds a delightful sampling of A.C.Gray's writing, drawn from his open letters to friends around the world. Most of this material was written at Arbreux, his beloved retreat in the Shenandoah Mountains north of Harrisonburg, Virginia. . . and thus the title of this collection:

 



 


Sample this feast of articles from A.C.'s journal!

On the changing seasons . . .

On faith and living . . .

  • Joy and Meaning in Life (1/26/01)
  • Thanksgiving (11/1/00)
  • Christmas (12/4/00)
  • On the New Year (1/3/01)
  • Grayson on Happiness (1/26/00)
  • Around the world in 50 days . . .
  • Setting Sail (8/13/99)
  • First Days at Sea (9/2/99)
  • To Kaohsiung and Hong Kong (9/17/99)
  • Hong Kong to Singapore (9/23/99)
  • Singapore to the Red Sea (10/11/99)
  • Beyond Suez to the Mediterranean (10/11/99)
  • To Rotterdam, London, and Home (10/12/99)
  • Home from the Sea: A PostScript (10/20/99)
  • If you enjoyed the round-the-world reports above,
    get the whole story . . . in A. C. Gray's newest book,
    Pondering Another Passage, in production now!

     

     

    You're invited to correspond with A. C. Gray:

    • by mail at 395 Flower Drive, McGaheysville, VA 22840


    For more information on his memoir, Pondering My Passage, click here.

    To enjoy A.C.'s latest journals, from his new home L'Abri, click here.

     

     

     

    This page was first published on the Web on October 7, 1998. The initial webmaster was Wesley M. (Pat) Pattillo. All contents 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 by A. C. Gray. Not to be duplicated without permission.