I love Andy's philosophy and overall enthusiasm for the subject. It is obvious that he is passionate about his vision for personal growth and it resonates with the reader.
The obvious comparison is The Traveler's gift as it is the sequel to the book and continues the story towards a better humanity.
The passion behind the subject although the accents were a little crazy but tolerable.
It's a great book overall and I highly recommend it.
Never read the print version
There were many moments in the book that inspired me. Overall, I was left being motivated to go deeper in my own communication and dependence on God. The causal nature with which Andy discussed his miraculous life was so appealing. It made me want more of what he's got and well... that's the point isn't it?
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I alternate between self-development books and fictional stories just for fun. This was a great story, well acted and engaging. It gave you a sense of the genuine struggle experienced in the south and the racial tensions but also made you laugh. Thoroughly enjoyable.
I'm an audio learner and I listen to self-development books regularly. I would say the material in this book is fantastic if a bit difficult to absorb in audio version. I have yet to acquire the written format but intend to for the purposes of better grasping all the content.
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