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Everyone loves a good fable, and this is certainly one. The protagonist is Julian Mantle, a high-profile attorney with a whacked-out schedule and a shameful set of spiritual priorities. Of course it takes a crisis (heart attack) to give Mantle pause. And pause he does--suddenly selling all his beloved possessions to trek India in pursuit of a meaningful existence. The Himalayan gurus along the way give simple advice, such as, "What lies behind you and what lies before you is nothing compared to what lies within you." Yet it is easy to forgive the story's simplicity because each kernel of wisdom is framed to address the persistent angst of Western white-collar professionals. --Gail Hudson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
"A captivating story that teaches as it delights." -- --Paulo Coelho, author of The AlchemistSee all Editorial Reviews
A recommendation from a friend I had not seen or heard from in 36 years. This book uses a great story to convey the message that extremes, on either end, are not good and that... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Ivan Luciani
This book is written in a structured way, so everyone can understand. It also opens a lot of questions regarding life topic. Read morePublished 17 days ago by ladislav szolik
A mix of good habits, discipline and a positive energy everywhere in the book. Every individual could relate at least 50% of the said things!Published 17 days ago by Ravi
A life changing book for me! It hit me hard! This is my new bible. I might not be able to do all of the radical changes but I'm willing to try! Read morePublished 20 days ago by Charline Najri
As I suspected, this is just another self help book disguised as a novel. Disappointed.Published 21 days ago by Sarah
Truly one of the worst written pieces of trite pseudo-philosophy I've ever read. Every page is filled with either a cliche of 'deep thinking' or a cliche of bad writing style. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Jonathan
This book has some excellent life lessons that can anyone in any field in life! I highly recommend this book!Published 28 days ago by Michael Foster
The whole phylosofy is told as "true". But bit by bit you start thinking how real is this and it turns out to be fantacy. Read morePublished 28 days ago by golly