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While his tone is always reverent, Dyer's interpretations occasionally sound flat and obvious--as if he is dumbing down the language for his audience, rather than elevating readers to a higher consciousness (or at least a higher education). This is a shame, because when Dyer writes with the eloquent and enthusiastic voice that earned him his huge popularity--glimpses of that voice do appear in this book--one sees why so many consider him a "master teacher" in his own right. --Gail Hudson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Excellent source to help interpret the Tao for someone who has never been exposed to it.Published 4 days ago by MrH1167
Someone suggested that I buy and read this. There are no shortcuts.Published 7 days ago by Satipatipatti
Really inspiring! It has helped me a lot with my "life issues". I recommend it to anyone who wants to analyze the miracle we call life.Published 2 months ago by Anicia
Read that book before, and I have a long background in working on my spiritual side . . . good reading!!Published 3 months ago by Javier
a great resource for inspirational messages from spiritual and philosophical teachers through historyPublished 3 months ago by nancy