Every human should read this book. It helps us understand our roles as they pertain to psychotherapy. It's a shame most people won't read this because most people don't think they need to read about or understand the importance of phychotherpy in our lives (which is a subject he boldly comments on and addresses). The quality of humanity would improve greatly if we all read and accepted many of the concepts in this book.
The introduction to this book is bold and challenging. Once you read that, you'll probably be hooked. (Unless you're not ready to take responsbility for who you are and how you got there.)
Never read print
Anatomy of the Spirit, Until Today
NO. That is the reason I'm writing this review. Her voice is pretty difficult to listen too. And her child and eldery people immitations are too much to bear. They are grinding and syrupy. Takes away from the book's essence and meaning.
I would not make a film about this book.
Again, highly recommend this book as a reader. Not as an audio book. At least until you get a new narrator.
One of the best books covering really hard subjects I've every read. If physics is something you longed to understand, you will not put this one down.
I don't have
Erik Davies is gifted with a voice that gives credence to Greene's narrative. He sounds excited about what he's saying. And his inflections get you excited about learning about some pretty high topics.
Not at all - not in one sitting. Unless you are a theoretical or other physicist, then you have to be willing to read this text over and over until the material becomes intuitive.
But no worries. The fun analogies make returning again and again down right addictive. Physics, anyone?
This book was recommended to me, as a way to understand the difficult subject - physics. It was one of the best recommendations I've ever received. Green wants us to know about physics and share his knowledge, which is why this book is so darn good.
It's like a great cook, who works very hard to make sure the flavors are perfect.
I have listened to this book about 5 times since I downloaded 2 months ago. And I will listen to it again.
The title speaks to what is best about this story.
Martin Sheen's narration of the Dalai Lama was interesting. But it appears that he did this book justice.
Ah, yes. If I coulda, I woulda listened in one sitting.
He boldly challenges the traditional notion that forces us to equate goodness to being part of a religion. It's a concept many would argue but, for me, his thoughts and theories are rather enlighting and affirming.
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