Words, on a piece of paper are dead, unless the reader gives them the life!
Book Blog isn't a book review, it is about the JOURNEY with the book
Each chapter is only a page or two long, and you can read them in any order. This book is like a companion to me, I take it along with me wherever I travel.
My journey with this book and with the whole series has been incredible and it is still going on. If I have to summarize it in a line, I’d say “it’s the best thing that has happened to me”. The day I laid my hands on this book, it truly has been a life-changing experience for me.
The author expresses her account of the killing of her son in their hometown California and what followed. Along with how she struggles to accept the life once again looking for a reason to keep going on.
There aren’t many who actually write their honest journey to ‘self-realisation’ which are easily available and reaches to the masses. So, without further ado, I clicked on the buy button and got the e-book in no time (stupid technology – doesn’t let us practice patience nowadays..:P)
Do you have kids in your house? Around your house? Do you know any parents? Do you want to remember your childhood? Do you want to feel innocence and kindness in their purest? Get your hands on this one! And don’t forget to share with everyone you know too.
A Journey from Cancer, to nearly dead, to True Healing doesn’t happen every now and then, is it? How do you feel and what would you do when you died and came back. Would you have a newly-found appreciation for life?
As I pen down about the book which, I know, I cannot describe in words or in any language but yet I try, in order to show my gratitude, with a sense of duty to put the incredible wisdom of Lao-Tzu out to the source…..
Words are dead on a piece of paper unless the reader gives them life. The best part about reading is it keeps you in the present moment. Reading doesn’t come naturally to some people. It takes a bit of effort.