Landmark Essays, Volume 2 continues a wonderful journey to the heart of the matter of our lives, to what matters most. It points out what's possible if we step outside of what we know, and recognize and embrace our capacity to bring forth an entirely new possibility for living—not because it is better, but simply because that is what human beings can do. Here, Landmark insights, literary nuggets, and contemporary science are juxtaposed with the stuff of our everyday lives—our unexamined assumptions, our foibles, our brilliance. The 10 author/narrators of this book push boundaries and bring forth what’s possible in being human, suggesting that our lives and the way we know ourselves are open to being invented.
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“This fascinating book offers original thinking, deep insight, and real tools for addressing the challenges we face in our lives—from jobs to relationships to finding a purpose, this book provides an education in living that helps us transcend our preconceived limitations.” (Alexandra Kole, Strategy and Business Development Consultant, Sephora)
“There’s a wisdom one gets from our culture, our community, and from the experience of living. These essays offer wisdom that I apply to be unstoppable in making the difference I've always wanted to make.” (Vijaykumar Mirchandani, award-winning documentary director and producer)
“Each day I deal with who people are and what’s possible. This book gets at the heart of the complexities of being human and straightforwardly talks about another dimension of living that’s available to all of us.” (Jacqueline Payne, Magistrate, Australia)
having done the forum and curriculum in 2009 this book has been a constant companion and generates new opening for actions every time I listen to it.
...if not a lifetime. Forum leaders create distinctions in a lively and entertaining way. An indispensable resource for anyone who has done the Landmark Forum.
The subject matter or topics that the speakers choose was just alittle bit to intelectually
gobblish. To listen to allot of this is not worth my money or time. I did not benefit from
hearing the speakers, as they challenged or answered the philosphical concepts.
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