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Karen Armstrong's "Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life" is a potentially life-changing book.
While there are flashes of interesting discussion, most of it was slow and not particularly fluid reading and poorly written compared to her other books.
In this book, Armstrong delves deeply into 6 of the major world religions and makes the case for compassion being at the core of all of them.
Karen Armstrong is a good writer, but this book of hers was less stellar than others of hers I have read. The steps were somewhat obvious, I thought.Published 12 days ago by Nancy C. Ball
Armstrong gives us a way to achieve growth and eventually enlightenment. She doesn't claim it's easy but it is possible. I need that reminder. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Barbara Mayer
I like Karen Armstrong's writing. This is not her best, but it's pretty good.Published 25 days ago by Peace Maven
Karen Armstrong really knows what she is writing about here. She displays the universality of the Golden Rule and provides some wonderful exercises to help you live it, or at least... Read morePublished 28 days ago by louise
All of Karen Armstrong's books are excellent and thought provoking. This one is no exception. This book more than met my expectations. It is well worth reading.Published 28 days ago by JAMES E ONEAL
This book is a very well written one, Karen Armstrong certainly does her homework. She deals fairly with all religions that are presented in her book.Published 1 month ago by Charlotte Gonzales
I am using this as a guide to become a more compassionate, considerate, kind, and loving person. I saw her on Oprah's Super Soul Sunday and purchased the book. I'm on my way!Published 1 month ago by Dee