|Genre:||Religion & Spirituality|
Richard Bach, the same author of Jonathan Livingston Seagull does it again...
with the right words coming directly from the heart... like his hand and wisdom were tied together within the guidance of the Is...
(it is not an overly religious book as it may seem...it's sounds like the narrator, Richard, is just talking to you in a mild and pleasant way...how nice..)
this really gave me another way of looking into life...
full of illusions...
and here are some insights i got from the book:
(talks about taking some risk and going an untraveled path...brave feat indeed!)
"The river delights to lift us free, if only we dare to let go."
(don't hold on too much...know when to ease the grip...)
"Nothing good is a miracle, nothing lovely is a dream."
(know the reality from the abstracts...)
"When you ask the question properly, it answers itself, doesn't it?"
(grammar... sentence construction<<)