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Overall really good, but a few negative details.
on July 14, 2009
First of all, for the most part this is a great book with very good information. However there are a few things that, had I known about previously, probably would have caused me not to buy the book.
First, although the author does a good job at keeping the religious undertone to a minimum, it is still there in a few spots and sometimes kind of annoying, especially in his erroneous definition of the term 'faith'. The author states that "...faith is not totally limiting. It recognizes there is more to discover and know, and that one must always seek to unfold more and more of the Truth."(p 6) Websters dictionary defines faith as "complete trust" and "firm belief in something for which there is no proof."
Also, towards the middle of the book he has a chapter on love, saying that people should love inanimate objects as well as people. However he takes it too far when he says "...inanimate things do sense love." And the worst part, "It has been scientifically demonstrated that metal atoms respond differently to different personalities."
Besides some minor details such as the above it is still a pretty good book with a lot of good information, and I would still reccomend it.