Cutting across class, race, religion, and gender, A Woman's Worth speaks powerfully and persuasively to a generation in need of healing, and in search of harmony.
©1994 Marianne Williamson; (P)2008 Random House Audio
I really didn't like this book. It reminded me of an angry Nancy Grace giving a sermon on clichés about women.
Definitely not. I am an avid reader about personal growth and am always looking for great reads in this area.
I didn't like the way she narrated this book. To me, it was too emotional and angry. Totally inappropriate.
This question isn't really relevant but since this is a self-help book for women, I think she should have thought about the range of her audience more. This book was really aimed towards women who have recently been jilted and need a boost. Not everyone falls into this camp.
I know this author is supposed to be good but since this was the first book I have listened to by her, I am going to be more careful the next time. She kept referring to summoning the goddesses within, and praying to God, and waiting for the day when women will all rise up and give their love to the universe. It was just so preachy and silly. It left me cold and I am a woman who has worked, loved and lost, and loved again, and have had issues to deal with like anyone else. But I guess fundamentally I'm just not that angry and didn't need someone lecturing me about how hard-done by we all are and how a new age is going to strike any minute. It sounded like something a cult leader would say. No thanks.
Yes! Marianne Wiliamson delivers this story masterfully!!
I listen to this book nearly every morning as I get ready for work, but most memorable is the when she speaks of female oppression she states "the world despises you," followed buy a faint whisper, "but God adores you". I get chills as my eyes tear up every time!!
Flawless. She delivered perfectly!
Good Lord the list goes on, all I can say is "you should find out for yourself"
From the very first word to the very last thought ro eternity, this book was something blissful my inner queen waited for so long. It answered my questions, struggles and doubts along with encouragement to stand up and be not afraid of who I am,whilst sharing the beauty of love that I'm here to give. thank you Marianne Williamson, for bringing this word to all of us,who were so thirsty for tgia call and always knew that it's there, but yet couldn't seem to find a way.
Absolutely! love her other books
It seems like it's missing some of her other Coursework energy
This is a personalized self help book. Every woman should have the knowledge that is in this book, I know i'll be passing it down to my daughters and so forth down the line. It enables you to view yourself from a different perspective, see the mistakes you were making and gives you the tools so that your able to choose who you really want to be to achieve all the things you want.
I wont lie, bettering yourself is work, but if your honest its pleasant. The beauty of this book is that, its not long winded, its very interesting, and it enables you to see yourself in a whole new light, to truely value your individual attributes and our natural qualities as women.
"most amazing goddess book ever !"
loved it! listened all in one go, absolutely inspiring and delicious thank you Marrianne x
yes would recommend it to everywoman
description of the queen archetype
compassion and insight
flooded my body with relief, she was writing about my story, felt seen and validated
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