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Dying To Live: From Despair and Death to Freedom and Joy (The Self-Empowerment Trilogy) (Volume 1) 2nd Edition
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About the Author
Tolly Burkan is a pioneer in researching human potential. Since beginning his work in 1973, Burkan has published eight books that are available in 16 languages, including Chinese and Russian. He has been referenced in over 70 books, and was featured on the front page of the Wall Street Journal. Before retiring in 2017, Burkan regularly counseled medical professionals, global executives, celebrities, athletes, and world-leaders. His website is at www.TollyBurkan.com.
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...but I continued to "creep" his Facebook page. Often reading funny jokes and statements he would share, and I knew that there was something about this "strangely happy man" that I wanted to learn, and someday I will just sit in his presence.
He told me via Facebook messenger about this book in particular and I waited two years to order it. Again, afraid of what I would read. I devoured this book around the busy-ness of my life these past 3 days--often rereading paragraphs and highlighting points that spoke to my soul. Tears, laughter, release, prespective--even moments of thinking "oh surely he has to be making this crap up", but knowing what kind of a man Tolly is, I knew he shared with honesty, vulnerable openness from his authentic story in the hopes of touching hearts and souls like mine.
I am forever grateful that he was brave enough to write this book and have already recommended it to many seekers of healing in my world.
In closing, I wanted to share what I sent Tolly as I approached the last 100 pages of "Dying to Live":
I have no clue what to write you. I've been devouring your "Dying to Live" book for the past few days--and as I sit here writing and fighting back tears, just thank you. For teaching. For writing. For sharing your story. I don't even remember who our paths crossed. I am sure it was a God thing. I can remember seeing your profile picture and thinking to myself, "the pure happiness in his eyes is either authentic or insanity and I want that for myself." I am working on it--but just thank you. I feel this book should be required reading for every human being.