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Where can i purchase this book? Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I don’t know about this. I started it about 10 times and dropped it like it’s hot NOT. Maybe I need to get in the proper mood for this.
And the overflowing cup metaphor? How many times has this frakking Chinese legend been retold? It’s nice to think about the first couple hundred times I heard it but by the present moment it’s my killswitch. I have read about it literally everywhere! Including spam and ads on miraculous stuff to get my nonexistent dick larger! I can’t even r I ferrarj know about eu. I can’t even rate it properly. The book seems ok but annoyingly, I can’t read ferraro or get even anywhere through perduo. What the hell are Sages of Sivana?
Maybe I need to first learn where that monk got his Ferrari? He wasn’t a monk when he bought it, from how I got it. And why Ferrari and not any of hundreds of other cars?
What about his plane? I need to audit less. Or tie myself to a ferrri with qye book in my lap. I guess I’ll be back at some point! So far the rating is somewhere in the vicinity of stars. The fault is, as is usual, with me. Still, there is something wrong with this book, though I can’t phrase what it is exactly. It may change drastically. Or I might stop trying to get into books I dislike on the spot. View all 4 comments. The monk who sold his Ferrari, is a misleading title. The man jonje sold his Ferrari and became a monk, would have been more accurate.
The idea of a monk driving a Ferrari is somewhat thought provoking and made me smile. The book itself was a merger between fiction and instruction on techniques to perfect your life experience.
From a fiction point of view, it moje often told rather than showed. I could have told me that before. I felt sorry for them. What sort of enlightenment requires being in the same village forever? A lot irritated by the narration, but not the content.
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May be it is my prejudice – I find the “fable” approach to self-help books tedious to read. The last one I read, that took a similar approach, was Gung Ho! The book starts off on a promising note – hot-shot lawyer has a heart-attack in court, right after winning a big case. Here’s what happe A lot irritated by the narration, but not the content.
Here’s what happens – India – Himalayas – Yogi – “a lot of finding myself” – Mystical land – Mystical procedures apparently even the Pareto technique! You can fill in the blanks with that info. And oh, throw in really really really big emphasis on that third really bad jokes as part of the “conversation”.
Not to sound overly negative, there were things that hit home for me. Summarizing them below – 1. Take care of yourself first.
Maintain strict discipline in training your body, and your mind. Setting aside some “quiet time” on a daily basis. Goal setting – committing to a goal publicly, so that you hold yourselves accountable in front of your peers. Get your priorities right – not a lot of people on their death-bed wishing that they had spent more time at work.
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This book feels like a patronizing practical joke. But the perdoi you feel reading it is very real. This is the printed equivalent of when the Hare Krishna community would stop you on the street or at the airport and tell you all about the Bhagavad Gita, and no matter how politely you declined to hear more, they wouldn’t let you leave.
This is not a long book by any means, but you’d never know it. Let me get to my problems with it, which seem numerous, but at the same time I don’t even want to in This book feels like a patronizing practical joke.
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Let me get to my problems with it, nonje seem numerous, but at the same time I don’t even want to invest the time in writing a lengthy review of it, since it has robbed me of enough life essence already. I mistakenly thought this would be a humorous, poignant read, involving the dichotomy of a monk and a Monke. That sounds like a fun book to read, and I wanted to start off on a joyful note.
At no point does a monk sell a Ferrari in pefdio pages; it’s simply something that has occurred in the so-called monk’s life. The monk is more of a man who is essentially “reborn” spiritually in India and passes along what he has learned to his former colleague and friend.
That would be fine, but these teachings are incredibly dogmatic and come across as judgmental and preachy. Had this story simply been more suggestive than demanding, it would have been much better served.
The other perhaps more glaring problem is that this is a horribly-written story. It comes off like a quee Grade 8 essay, except that one can forgive a bad Grade 8 essay’s author, because he’s only in Grade 8. Robin Sharma doesn’t have an excuse nearly close to that in any way, monjje, or form. Every single scene seems so incredibly frerari and pandering, which leaves it being soulless and emotionless, which is ironic, because it’s almost certainly trying for the exact opposite effect.
Sharma should one day reveal a small ferrarl did indeed write this book for him for a few coppers, and I might give him an ounce of respect. I could go on and on about the faults of some of the specifics of this fable, but I am sleepy. Let me say this: That’s the only reason I rate perdjo two stars over one, frankly. Make your own life choices, stand by them, and if they happen to coincide with the contents of this silly story, then great, and if they don’t, then also great or perhaps even greater.
Eu m-am convins din nou de doua lucruri care sunt incompatibile cu mine: Voi recunoaste cu mana pe inima ca nu mi-a ajuns rabdare sa o citesc pana la capat. Cu cat mai mult citeam cu atat mai mult imi venea greu sa merg mai departe. Nu am aflat nimic nou. Idei vechi, repetate, stiute, utilizate in muuuulte alte carti, care au fost doar transpuse sub o alta forma. In plus la asta nu am fost de acord cu multe idei si reguli care cred ca nu pot fi Eu m-am convins din nou de doua lucruri care sunt incompatibile cu mine: In plus la asta nu am fost de acord cu multe idei si reguli care cred ca nu pot fi stabilite pentru toti sau pentru majoritatea deoarece ferrair sunt foarte diferiti, si totodata fiecare isi are definita sa pentru fericire si respectiv fiecare ar avea o cale diferita pentru dl ajunge la ea.