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Written in a caring and sharing style, the book is easy to read and comprehend.
Ram Dass explores the profundities and challenges of human frailty in a very personal way in Still Here: Emracing Aging, Changing and Dying.
The book is a treasure trove of wisdom, beautifully concieved and written with love and compassion for you, the reader.
He's lived and living everything he talks about and he talks about it in a very lucid and inviting way that makes you want to keep on reading. Read morePublished 4 days ago by R. Michael Oguin
Much of the content comes from other books books written by Ram DasPublished 6 days ago by Janet McCall
"Right. Still here. He is still here. I am still here. Some of us are not here anymore. Here is a useful guide to make the most of what is left. Excellent!"Published 16 days ago by Loren W Schmidt
Here's the point when this guy admits he is human and dying like the rest of us. But it interesting to see how a single stroke dropped him from guru to "dying beside the other... Read morePublished 17 days ago by wiggler69
I believe it is ONE of the best, if not the best book I have ever read! I bought 4 and am sharing with friends near and far....even my minister... Read morePublished 18 days ago by patsy hummel
I was eager to read this book because I loved Be Here Now, also by Ram Dass, but I was a little disappointed with Still Here. Read morePublished 28 days ago by MANIdeABQ
Amazing thinking about how to age well, how to view aging as an opportunity to discover oneself,to meditate and understand life with the gift of being close to the end.Published 1 month ago by Nicole Walravens