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This review is from: Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It (Kindle Edition)
What I like most about the book is the guts of the writer who is an entrepreneur in Sillicon Valley, a person we would not expect to come out and talk about love. A paradigm shift of sorts, and a brave one!
Kamal has been on the floor, sick and bordering death. It was then, at the darkest hour, that he had an epiphany and this book is born out of it. I read it and felt the love flowing through me, the importance of the message, the necessity of it right now, in my life.
I was taken aback by the the cover, but upon a second look I noticed that in this time of insanity we are living, where we constantly leave the mind unchecked and believe anything it says to be true, a time where contemplation and stillness are rare, loving ourselves is indeed necessary because our life does depend on it.
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Initial post: Dec 10, 2012 2:22:38 PM PST
You're right about the cover picture. I'm sure the author was trying to get readers to look at this book and read the reviews even if only out of curiosity. Which is exactly what I did, so I guess he succeeded in getting my attention. On the other hand, the cover seems in poor taste. But it won't stop me from reading it, and I hope it will be worth it.
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