Lesser shares tales of ordinary people who have risen from the ashes of illness, divorce, loss of a job or a loved one - stronger, wiser, and more in touch with their purpose and passion. And she draws on the world's great spiritual and psychological traditions to support us as we too learn to break open and blossom into who we were meant to be.
©2004 Villard; (P)2008 Random House
I love this book and print, and referred it to several people who are going through difficult time. I thought I'd relisten to it on audible, to pass my driving time. And the narration is completely awful I can't even sit through it. She sounds so forced fake, I find myself getting distracted by how horrible her narration is.
This book was full of sappy sweet and pathetic analogies. The narrator's voice was also so lovey dovey annoying that it was impossible for me to finish the book.
I am a fan of Lesser's work and the Omega Institute, but this book is not a self-help, it's a memoir. If you like memoirs, I think this is a great book for you. But personally, I'm not interested in memoirs, so this was not for me.
The narration is wonderful. She has warmth and depth.
It hits the right note at the right time
The opening passage about children in part two.
Bon Courage ~ Stay strong
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