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ISBN/ASIN : 0385196156
Manufacturer : Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group Inc|
Release data : September, 1984
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This should be a best-seller!!!
This book is a must read for all the people who are devouring books by Deepak Chopra and others. Without preaching, this and other books from Anthony De Mello teach the simplicity of life.De Mello has compiled some very good stories. Other books to read are: The prayer of the Frog (Part I and II).
Analyze yourself to become more intelligent emotionally
This is a great book to help all of us to analyze ourselves better , to be able to understand our un-real ILLUSIONS and our distorted view o f others, these stories are sometimes difficult to grasp , but as soon as you think and understand them and apply them ; then your life will begin to change or be modified, remember always to have a FLEXIBLE mind and to be very sincere with yourself when you read the books o f this excellent , honest, sincere and great Psychologist A. de Mello ,his books are also publised in Spanish.Thanks to the publishers: ING. EMILIO CRISTANCHO GUEVARA; e-mail: email@example.com
One of the best books I've read
Tony De Mello uses stories which seem almost meaningless at first, but suddenly they hit you with a bang & you almost understand all the implications. The more you think of them, however, the more you learn from them. I've changed a lot since I started reading Tony De Mello. He makes you realize what the bare necesseties of life are & you learn to live without frills & fancies, concentrating on the most important aspects. His stories are sometimes like a slap in the face becoz you realise that you're seeking happiness & fulfilment in the wrong places. I especially like his audio cassettes, I've learnt a lot from listening to them. I am from Bombay, India & feel so fortunate to be exposed to many of his books right from the eighth grade.