With the fast paced, high-tech entrance of the new century, common sense seems to be slowly sliding into the background. It’s not surprising that we, a lot of times, run in circles like a dog chasing its tail, desperately trying to find some balance. Uncommon Sense breaks the complex into the simple. It is a reality check that allows us to discover what really matters most in our lives.
I was very disappointed. There's seldom an audiobook that I can't get through. It might have been more helpful if the authors hadn't narrated it themselves, though I would have thought they might have read their own words with more feeling than a narrator. Just too much like being read a personal log of experiences and beliefs. The "real world" seemed to me more of a throw-back to the 1950's but perhaps because I did not understand that this was Christian handbook. No problem with that itself--I often listen to inspiring and motivation Christian material--but based on the book description, I was looking for a broader perspective. Nothing new or useful for me unfortunately.