It was during this period that I stopped off in London and found a book called "A Brief History of Everything" by Ken Wilber. Although strangely attracted to the book and to the cover, initially I couldn't bring myself to buy a book with such an arrogant title. At that stage I hadn't discovered many Americans with a sense of irony and took the title to be literal. (I have sinced discovered that Ken has a great sense of humour and most of our early communications were about "Absolutely Fabulous" and Eddie Izzard.) The title is meant to be ironic but it is also strangely accurate.
Source: Towards an Integral Vision: Using Nlp & Ken Wilber's Aqal Model to Enhance Communication, Pages: 18
Contributed by: Brondu