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A Human’s Purpose by Millie the Dog

By: Maryann Roefaro
Narrated by: Maryann Roefaro
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This book is for anyone searching for the deeper meanings in life and death. It is for those who are on a spiritual journey and want to understand themselves and others more profoundly. Millie is an old soul that will steal your heart and help open your mind to new ideas and concepts that will allow for a greater infusion of love into all aspects of your being. This book can help a person create the conditions for a love- and joy-filled life. Millie would love to accompany you on your self-mastery journey!

©2018, 2020 Maryann Roefaro (P)2020 Waterside Productions, Inc.

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This book is full of very good insights. If you are on a spiritual journey I recommend it to understand the basics of many trains of thought on the matter.

So why only 3 stars?

First off, the idea is great. Let a dog teach spirituality. Interesting for seekers and dog lovers. But it doesn't quite work. Often I had the feeling the author was lecturing and remember that it should come from her dog and threw in a tidbit.
This leads me to the second reason. The book tends to lecture. Sometimes condescending. It may have been better to have someone other than the author read it. The third reason ties the first and second together - it would have been more enjoyable when the speech was more simple. Millie uses big words like "articulate" often. It didn't really fit.

I am certain Ms. Roefaro is knowledgeable and caring. She is on the right path and has much wisdom to give. It just didn't work smoothly here.