If I have time
Natural way of telling the story
I loved the psychology in the book.
I read many books, many of them stick with me in some ways, but for most I forget the plot easily. This book was different though, as the story was really unusual and interesting. It also helps that it was a book that made you think about how easily we complain when we really shouldn't. I also liked how life was portrayed: It can be really tough, but there is so much to learn and understand, that we never must stop living it to the fullest no matter the circumstances.
The man! I love his wisdom, his simple way of telling truths we all need to hear. He is funny, also when he talks about serious topics
I wrote a blog post after listening to it, about following your dreams. I felt inspired to talk about my knowledge in psychology, and thought I must learn to say important things like he does. I will listen to it again, to use some of the questions he asks, with clients
I like Paul Michael`s way of reading the book, and off course: The book itself
The tempo. I figured out some of the "surprises" and I loved that. I also liked the many references to Dante`s inferno and actually wanted to read it afterwards. I was also interested in the idea: What if someone really wants to "kill" people because we become so many people on earth?
The end when they arrive in turkey
That he weaves his personal story into psychological theories and concrete examples from his clinical work
His personal narrative about the time he spent in a concentration camp
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