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I am buying two more for a couple of friends from another country.
We usually share and compare our opinions on different books, but this one is not available on their country.
So - I am buying two and then I will mail them to my friends.
I will also most definitely recommend it to my other friends in the US.
This is not a book to be saved as an "audiobook". This book is one of those I most pass along to my child (he is only 8 y/o now). And I will read a couple more times before I do that.
In the recent years, I have come more in touch with spirituality and this book is full of spiritual knowledge and spiritual understanding. I totally identified myself with the author and the fact that she remembered so many little details about her clients - beautiful!
Almost on every page, the author reminded me of the beauty of living a simple life.
We, as humans, tend to forget that the simpler our lives, the less pain and more fulfillment and purpose.
Let's not forget, that only the egoist and the arrogant believe this life belongs to them... It doesn't. To be alive is a gift. To have the honor of walking this planet is a gift. And this book an amazing reminder of that. Unfortunately, most humans realize the gift only on their last days/minutes here.
Thank you Bronnie Ware
But not to be too negative, it was certainly an interesting reading for me, I enjoyed it and it again reminded me some of the basics, which you need to turn into day in day out to stay on a reasonable path, so that at the end of your life you just do not regret that your time on earth was wasted on unimportant things. Sharing of that aspect is certainly something the author did very well.
I must admit though that the sections where she goes into the details of where she was moving from and why, what people did, what things look like made me look the focus sometimes, I skipped those sections until the parts where she talks about her clients, that's where the message was, at least for me.
inside look at what really matters when you know your life is ending. Through Bronnie Ware's intimate conversations with her clients she discovers what true regrets they have in the last stages of life. The book is interesting with an abundance of wisdom from Bronnie's clients and Bronnie herself as well as she discovers how to live an empowered life with no regrets from the lessons learned from those so close to departing.. Through this journey Bronnie discovers deep feeling never released that has held her back from living her dreams. Once deep blocks are released, a whole new world opens up to her and she welcomes in her new life with open eyes and an open heart.