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Who Will Cry When You Die? by Robin Sharma

Who Will Cry When You Die?

by Robin Sharma

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I found this book average. There is nothing new but repetition of the teachings of wise men. The chapters of the book seems to be have been written around a quotation rather than quotations being used to give force to the message. Many of the teachings are based on his personal experience, which may not work for you as each person is different. It reminds me an story

A person having defective eye vision visited an oculist (eye specialist).The oculist gave him a pair of specs. The person visited the oculist after a day and told him that he still could not see clearly even with the specs. In fact his vision got worse after using the specs.
The doctor was surprised. He told the fellow,

"How is it possible? These specs worked perfectly well for me. They improved my vision. How could they not work for you? There is something wrong with you and not with these specs."

You can read this book for interesting quotations and for the good values of life. ( )
  Awdhesh | Oct 8, 2014 |
הספר "מי יבכה שתמות", מלקט בתוכו מקבץ של סיפורים ואנקדטות מרתקות על החיים עם הרבה מוסר השכל
  yosiwolf | May 3, 2011 |
Would you like to replace that empty feeling inside you with a deep sense of peace, passion, and purpose? Are your hoping that your life will not only be successful but significant? Are you ready to have the very best within you shine through and create a rich legacy in the process? If so, this potent little book, with its powerful life lessons and its gentle but profound wisdom, is exactly what you need to rise to your next level of living.
Offering 101 simple solutions to life’s most frustrating challenges, bestselling author and life leadership guru Robin Sharma will show you exactly how to recreate your life so that you feel strikingly happy, beautifully fulfilled and deeply peaceful. Specific lessons include how to: "Discover Your Calling," "See Your Troubles as Blessings," "Enjoy the Path, Not Just the Rewards," and "Live Fully So You Can Die Happy." This is a truly remarkable book that you will treasure for a lifetime!
  neham | Jul 24, 2009 |
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No story this time, just a collection of anecdotes. The meaning of life is to have tearful funerals.

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