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Making Time: Why Time Seems to Pass at…

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by Steve Taylor

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This book is simply fascinating. It is full of those "I experience that all the time" like moments that mark out a good book. For example why does time seem to slow down when you are bored and yet it speeds up when you are enjoying yourself? and why is it that as a child the summer holidays went on for ever and now the years flash by?

I could not put this book down and read it in one sitting that seemed to last about ten minutes but when I looked at the clock three hours had passed!!! ( )
  AnthonyPeake | Dec 20, 2007 |
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In an eye-opening book, a personal development teacher gives an astounding insight into why our perception of time changes--and how we can take charge of it in our own lives.

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