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It's a great title and made me want to read it immediately as I already had the book outlined in my head based upon the title and it was very good.

I should have stuck with my own fantasy. Instead, there's a ton of new age advice espoused thru a very dumb fable that serves as some new age pnuemonic which it takes John, the "student", most of the book to get and then is praised heavily by Julian, "the teacher" for this observation like a special ed teacher giving a student a lollipop for looking both ways before crossing the street.

Actually, this typifies most of their interactions But this never happens to John because he is a complete idiot, oh, sorry, I mean "empty cup". He's more like an empty thimble who's practically ejaculating over every trite concept Julian throws his way with wide eyed awe. Maybe these immaculate revelations would have had more of an impact on me as a teenager, but you would've had to get to me in early adolescence to impress me with the wonder of "think positive thoughts!

I love new age ideas and concepts, but Sharma just reguritates other people's wisdom and doesn't even make it interesting or unique. He even quotes himself from the book in the book!

Each lesson has a summary of key ideas, actions, etc. He is also an awful writer, most evident in his use of speaker tags and abuse of adjectives, which were actually my favorite part of the book-they were that bad.

Julian remembering the monks: "I still remember seeing these wonderful looking people seated on the little bamboo chairs reading their strangely bound books with the subtle smiles of enlightenment unforlding across their lips. I couldn't agree with you more," offered Julian with all the warth and patience of a wise, loving grandfather.

Here's my favorite part of the book.I read it at the time when I was asking myself questions regarding 'What to do with my life? On a lifechanging odyssey to an ancient culture, he discovers powerful, wise, and practical lessons that teach us to: It tells us to savor each moment with exuberance along with an aim in life..

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Live in the present; dont worry abiut the future and stop fretting about the past; the present is where life is happening. All the spiritual basics are there, the content is well rounded and the reader is enticed to apply the wisdom at once.

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