Some of the points he makes are refreshing but the rest are very narrow minded opinions none of them really backed by any truth.
Nope. With this book I can tell where the author stands with this world and his other book probably are the rehash of his very two dimensional point of views.
Yes, Very informative and a lot to digest. I will listen to it 5 times more if I feel like I need to.
Very personable. Felt like I was being engaged in a one o one conversation.
Life changing. I don't say that often.
It's about farming, ethics, environment, family, and harmonizing our lives with our surroundings. Life changing book for me.
This definitely is a book that will stay with me and I will be returning to over and over again for the rest of my life!
I have read numerous self help books such asTony Robbins, The secret, you name it and I have read it. It's only after I read/listen to this book that I have realized how other self help books areoverly simplified rehashed version of this magnificent book.
Now I see truth in everything. The Bible, teachings of Buddha, Eckard tolle... I can see and understand things more clearer than ever.
I already feel change in my attitudes toward life and I am just stunned that this was written nearly a century ago. It's so open minded, progressive and eye opening. Everyone really should read it some where in their life, the sooner the better.
I had to stop about half way. It's pretty much a rehash of "Element" and "Out of Minds" which I personally thought was better researched and more witty.
His reading sounded more like a boring lecture. Not what I expected from the title and his interview.
Can't say so.
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