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This book is an "easy" read with immense depth.
This is a very deep book, dense with concepts even though it is relatively short (103 pages not including the preface, index, and acknowledgements).
David Loy elevates and celebrates it for what it really is...the reality upon which we build and destroy worlds - both individual and collective.
David Loy is both a scholar and a practitioner. He has written scholarly books but in this book he takes a graspable metaphor- that of stories- and uses it to lead us through a... Read morePublished 7 months ago by J. Arnold
This book does challenge one's expectations about what a book "should" be like. It is essentially a stream of consciousness rumination delivered in the form of short fragments, a... Read morePublished 13 months ago by aproductofsociety
Great book and really made me stop and realize how every situation I've been in revolves around the story of "me" and what I do to perpetuate it.Published 13 months ago by Fish
Needed it for a college class. Otherwise I would not have purchased it. hardly used it but needed to purchase it.Published 22 months ago by Lee Lee
The first thing you need to know is that, even if the world is made of stories, this book is not. There is hardly a story in the book, and the few stories in it are (at most) three... Read morePublished on February 10, 2012 by Malcolm Schosha