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Maurer retranslates a 17th-century Jesuit's aphorisms and reflections on the morality of success. This long-admired work sounds surprisingly relevant today. It also combines brevity and grace of expression with wise advice, which should appeal to those seeking "how-to" spirituality which is universal, practical, and applicable in business. Recommended for public libraries.
Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Text: English (translation)
Original Language: Spanish --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
A true gem, one that has not received the recognition it deserves. I strongly agree with Arthur Schopenhauer when he said that this book ought to be a companion for life.Published 3 days ago by Seth
If you study the wise words in this book you'll be on your way to becoming a sage in no time.Published 1 month ago by J.
All I can say is that, this is a must have book in the self-library. I gave it as a gift for people I love.Published 2 months ago by Sophia
Baltasar is a GIANT amongst humans. The wit of his words are amazing and I appreciate them more everyday. This is a book to be kept at your side, not read and put down forever.Published 2 months ago by Spencer
The book, of course, is excellent. This publication however is terrible. It's cheap and full of typos, so much to the point that it becomes confusing and almost illegible at times.Published 3 months ago by J
I wished I would have read this as a young men and taken it to heart.Published 3 months ago by Oskar Neuhold