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Head First: The Biology of Hope and the Healing Power of the Human Spirit Paperback – December 1, 1990
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He discusses how his findings were misinterpreted and made to appear shallow by critics. But he felt that he had a valid contribution to make to our understanding of ourselves.
Philosophically he makes some cogent points throughout this book. Personally I love what he writes about Southern California. Consider also his comments on life well lived:
"The clock provides only a technical measurement of how long we live. Far more real than the ticking of time is the way we open up the minutes and invest them with meaning. Death is not the ultimate tragedy in life."
Buy this book! Read it! You'll be thankful you did.
The second half talks about relationships among doctors. If you have more than one doc diving you medications, chances are they are NOT talking to each other to compare the sysmptoms of mixing the drugs, which may be the cause of a seemingly worse problem.
It is a very easy read. READ it now. You will not regret it. It is more than just laughing.
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because it is a very important book. Its contents and concepts have a very important message
it is very well written
Looking for inspirational literature for a cancer patient and I have yet to give the book away nor have I read it.Published on April 22, 2013 by Lawrence Kasey