The book started out as if the character is a victim. She experimented with life like all young adults do -- nothing new there. I believe she tried to convey it in a way that it was like the greatest transformation of young adulthood. We all have stories to tell and this one was just typical. Had it been a story about a 14 yr old head of household raising 3 siblings because parents had died, now that's a transformation into adulthood. Sorry, just didn't view this story as that intriguing. I bought the book because of watching Oprah do an interview with the author. It was still disappointing.
The voice of the narrator was not good at all. She didn't put excitement where there could be excitement. She was not the right voice for this book.
I listen to it many times in my daily walk.
This book will help anyone who seeks wisdom, truth, and guidance. I walk and listen to "Everyday Wisdom" and learn something different everytime about how I should view life differently if I want to truly be fulfilled.
Dr. Dyer is amazing.
Let's keep it simple "Everyday Wisdom"
Elevating, Transforming, Amazing
Dr. Wayne Dyer
His intellectual ability to speak and explain in a way that all levels of people can understand.
"What others think of me is not my problem." "Sex is a participatory dance of creation" I love it. When I listen to Dr. Dyer and start viewing life and incorporating into my life things he state in his books/audio, I find myself more humble, less stressed, less judgemental and elevated in a positive sense in my spirituality. Dr. Dyer is my psychologist.
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