Good story. Amazing mother who allowed him to literally fall on his face to find his limits (or lack there of.) It's also facsinating to see how the brain works.
Practical instructions. Just wish there were a PDF to download with the outline.
Made me excited to get started.
I owned the audio cassette version of this book and was so inspired by it that I listened to it several times. Audio cassettes have become obsolete and I no longer was able to listen to it in my car. (Road trips are my best time for listening). I did a search to try and find a CD or digital version to no avail. I decided to try again and am so excited that it's now available!!
Karen really brings home how we drown out the things that we love with things that we don't really care much about.
Karen's voice and accent are pleasant to listen to.
As I read this book I was amazed to see that Martha's experience was almost identical to the experience of a friend of mine. That friend has been convinced that she was a victim of "false memory syndrome". Interesting... I think Martha addressed some of the really wonderful things about the Morman people as well as the not so good. It's so sad that anyone who speaks out against a wrong is for the most part immediately attacked.
The version of this book that I listened to was narrated by Ron McClarty who is one of my favorite readers. It was totally entertaining and very funny. Since this book I have sought out any other book that I can find about a similar adventure but have not found one that compares.
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