Regarding her message; "as a man thinketh in his heart so shall he be", inspiring, helpful, and uplifting. Regarding her delivery; I've listened to and read Joyce Meyers for over ten years now and her direct no nonsense approach/delivery is very accessable. She makes her point quickly, directs the reader to the scripture upon which it is based and brings the scripture to life by relating it to a personal experience.
This title is one of several which I listen to first thing in the morning when I'm on the treadmill and is an incredibly inspiring way to begin the day. This book can change your life if (as the book directs) you monitor your thoughts/your thought life.
One caveat, the narrator Pat Lentz, has a slight lisp which initially was a bit distracting. Stay focused on the message and this distraction can be overcome. Highly recommended
Eckhart Tolle, is enlighted. What a gift to have such a teacher living and offering his insights. In my experience the truth is simple. In "A New Earth" as in "The Power of Now", Eckhart's words are simple yet profound. Living in the "Now" is slowly become a way of life for me and "A New Earth" is another incredible work which greatly facilitates the process. Beneficial even for first time readers or listeners of Eckhart Tolle.
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