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Eat No Evil
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Roy's writing style is a bit rambling. He very frequently repeats ideas throughout the course of the narrative; with proper editing, the book could have been about half its length. It's quite stream-of-conciousness, but this is the reason why I think it works. Instead of tricking you into word traps and setting up logic walls, Roy simply points out explicit connections between your anger and the need to find solace in something. For humans, this is usually in the form of food or sex, though drugs, alcohol, and music can also be mind-numbing and addictive. Roy advocates reconnecting with the spirit of God and learning to still the constant cacophony of images that serve to seperate you from God.
If you have ever been to Sunday school or gotten any sort of religious instruction, Roy's message will hardly be new to you. But for me he has put together the idea of sin through food and redemption through God in a way that has helped me to see my failings.
If you come to this book expecting a weight-loss guide, look elsewhere. Roy wants to help you find a way to let go of your compulsions, not help you lose weight.
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Loved the book, easy read. It was represented well with the listing, book was in very good condition. Arrived quickly. Thank youPublished on January 28, 2014 by RKGrace Prints