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Truth is jam packed with wisdom. Nina has a knack for cutting to the core of the topic. Each chapter is only a couple pages long, and in those few short pages, Nina delivers an idea and supports it in a way that makes it sound like it should be common sense.
This is a book that requires you to pay attention. I found myself re-reading paragraphs to get their full impact. There is no fluff here; it's all hard hitting content. I really appreciate a book like this that gets to the point without adding unnecessary banter, and a book like Truth would not be as powerful otherwise.
I really enjoyed reading Truth. It took me about an hour to read the entire book, and this is one of the few books I'll likely re-read to allow some of the information to sink in more deeply.
The idea's presented in the book were good. Some to me were old hat, but there were also quite a few that were new, or had a new twist on something old. I also liked her recommended reading list at the end. I have purchased several books from it.
Nina Yau is a truth-seeker. And this book is for men and women who consider themselves to be genuine truth-seekers, too: think "truth" that's less about the pursuit of flashy excellence or back-patting perfection or being "something" in the eyes of others, and far more for the sake of experiencing life authentically, wholly, and simply as one's true self.
Laced throughout the book are lessons from schools of thought practiced in the author's personal life -- some that traditional Western readers should find truly mind-opening. This exploration of truth spans spiritualities like Zen Buddhism, touches Japanese martial arts, cites various poses and foundations of yoga, cites ancient terminology and definitions from Tibetan Sanskrit and Chinese Mandarin, and so on.
I found myself learning more about spiritualities that I have even personally explored in the past; these are enriching to experience and complement Nina's stories, tales and lessons from her life.
I believe you'll find TRUTH to be thorough, very well rounded, and a testament to not only one incredible individual's pursuit and realization of her own truth, but a testament to human nature's relentless exploration of truth amongst ourselves, individually; and amongst each other, as a human whole.
So, go on, get your TRUTH on :)