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The writing style of this book was very annoying to me.
There are no conclusions about her "mystical" experiences -- even she seems to pretty much conclude they are brain malfunctions and nothing spiritual.
I really appreciated Barbara Ehrenreich's willingness to share her personal journey in trying to grasp at some meaning in life in this very personal book.
In this extraordinary memoir, the stepping of point is the revisiting adolescent musings about the nature and meaning of life addressed to an older self. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Rev. Judith Kelsey-Powell
This book, for me, brings joy. It reconfirms my own life experience, goals, and reason for being. Some reviewers have mentioned that they think the writer is arrogant or that the... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Weez
Science, Biology and Words, like a complicated Lego structure, squished together and melded, make this book stand out. Barbara, when you die, please share with us what happens.Published 13 days ago by Patricia Healy Sullivan
The book arrived in time. There was a lot of underling in it but I didn't mind.Published 15 days ago by Pamela E Hepper
A disappointing read. I have previously enjoyed her books. Vague descriptions of her experience that seems to have affected her life.Published 18 days ago by jvm
??? so what is the point the whole thing kind of was lost to mePublished 22 days ago by kenmerrimanmd
This book was a gift so I was obliged to try to read it. It was painful. The author is clearly very impressed with herself. And I guess her previous book was well received. Read morePublished 23 days ago by J. R. Pease
At roughly 90% of the way into Ehrenreich's book "Living with a Wild God", we encounter the following paragraph: "So by the early 70s I was a parent and a breadwinner with an... Read morePublished 1 month ago by John Weiland