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  • Excellent book

    A clear and lucid exploration of what it means to be human, drawn from personal experience dealing with the worst mankind as to offer; A far cry from the repackaged self-help psuedo- psychology pandered today.

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  • Geweldig en een must read

    Dit boek heeft me ontzettend geholpen om met een ander perspectief naar mijn huidige situatie te kijken.

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  • 2/5 Portions worth listening once

    Book Review Score: 2/5 (Portions worth listening once) ************ Themes: memoir, psychology ************ Summary: I expected to like this book based on how often I have heard sections quoted, but I didn't enjoy it and don't consider it important enough to merit a "required listening" rating despite this lack of enjoyment. While I expected a uniformly solid treatise on philosophy, I found it to be alternately wise and specious. The central contention of the book seems to be that in order to find meaning in life, humans have to find something meaningful. The assertion is cyclical and trivial, but fortunately the author includes enough examples to make portions worthwhile. He contends that meaning is one of three types: 1) meaning through work 2) meaning through experience/relationships 3) meaning through changing into a better human. This was the part I liked. Finally, there was also quite a bit of self promotion, which left a bit of a bad taste in my mouth. Anyway, it's just the unpopular opinion of one man, so take with a grain of salt.

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