It's packed with insightful moments. And the more you listen, the more your own culture becomes strange to yourself. This means your cultural intelligence is growing. It will help you become more effective in your dealings with cultures around you.
My best audiobook, in 9 years of customer loyalty to Audible.
Eye-opening, inspiring, amazing.
Richard Smoley unveils some of the symbolisms of the cross to make it understandable by the layman. One of them, the cross as the living intersection of time and space was brought about by unassailable reasoning. And led the listener to a long meditative inner travel...
No, but seriously looking forward to.
This can't be made into a film, as several avenues are only uncovered and not followed.
Some reviewers blamed the book for trying to be all things to all. I'd rather want to thank the author for sharing so much knowledge in so narrow a space. The book needs to be listen over and over to be truly digested.
Not a word of the audiobook lacked in relevance : historical, analytical and prospective avenues are all explored in a conspicuous and documented way.It's a great book where non specialists will derive a thorough education and specialists could be forced into insightful paradigm shifts.The performance was sober but not monotonous, which is very fitting for a work of such depth.
You bet I would. It's the best audiobook I've listened to till now. It happens now and again that the reader isn't a match for himself as an author. It isn't the case here. M. Gerber really make audio vivid and enjoyable. You won't leave this audiobook unchanged.
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