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Awakening Through Love: Unveiling Your Deepest Goodness

by John Makransky

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As a Christian, I can't say I found much of value in this book, but I'm probably biased, as I disagreed with the mindset of the author from my first look at the title. I tried to approach the reading (class-required) with an open mind, but the inanity of the topic and the overall clumsiness of the prose had me longing to toss this book out the nearest window. ( )
  KLmesoftly | Nov 20, 2009 |
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General Adult. Draws on the authors mentorship under a renowned Buddhist master, his own experiences as a father and teacher, and pop culture examples to counsel readers on how to foster genuine care and appreciation for others, in a guide based on the practice of meditation. Original.… (more)

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