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You Are Not Who You Think You Are: Poems That Can Awaken You Paperback – July 12, 2015
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Most book shoppers, whatever topic or genre, are not always familiar with the author. With a quick perusal of the contents, many decide to take a chance on the author and that the book will be a good read. To that end, I HIGHLY recommend each and every book published by Dr Zaidi. He doesn't just talk the talk, but he walks the walk. Being in his office is a treasured practice in comfort and serenity. I am constantly amazed by the depth and precision of his knowledge. His books are well organized, with very manageable chapters that provide tremendous incentive to go at your own pace and the comfort in knowing that you will not be bogged down in a hugely long chapter. This spells burnout, and Dr Zaidi. At the end of one chapter in one of his books, he wrote, "Now put this book down and take a walk". He understands, truly. There is not an ounce of ego in this man, just his passion to serve humanity.
In this book, You Are Not Who You Think You Are, Dr Zaidi uses poems to further address the factors of stress in our lives. Stress is a large factor in the contraction of type 2 diabetes. That was one of my big problems. I thought I was doing ok and taking care of myself. Added to bad eating habits and poor choices, the stress of my job and family put me into fairly serious type 2 diabetes. I encourage those that read this review to purchase this book. Read it with an open mind and with the knowledge that the author is writing it for you. If you knew him as I do, you would know this to be fact. He truly writes with the intention of speaking to everyone personally.
To sum up this book, as all of them, Dr Zaidi does not teach, preach or scold. He enlightens. I am a lucky man.
This is his first creation in poetry. Although the poetry does not always rhyme, the message
is always clear, and provides a look into Dr Zaidi's thinking. I would suggest you read all of his books.