A Man's Journey to Simple Abundance (Audiobook) by Sarah Ban Breathnach | ecejyredagij.ml
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Sort order. The reason I read this is because Sarah Ban Breathnach's breakthrough book, Simple Abundance, was groundbreaking in its simplicity and beauty. I was disappointed this didn't live up to the standard set by the other book. It falls into the pothole that captures many anthologies: inconsistent quality of contributions. That said, some of the essays give such wowser moments that they make wading through the rest of the muck worthwhile.
One essay makes the collection worth buying. It's on conscience The reason I read this is because Sarah Ban Breathnach's breakthrough book, Simple Abundance, was groundbreaking in its simplicity and beauty. This essay alone makes it a keeper despite the book's two-star rating. Books normally need to be four stars or above for me to keep them. If it grabs your attention, pick it up and you'll find some enjoyable moments — but those points of pleasure are hard to find. Many of the essays in this book were a joy to read: thoughtfully written and frank.
I would've given it 5 stars were it not for the annoying structure: Sarah Ban Breathnach's personal thoughts and comments are inserted after each essay, telling the reader what she liked about it. I saw no use for those other than to validate the book cover which lists her as the book's author. Apr 08, Summer Sterling rated it liked it.
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I found the commentaries by SBB on every essay to be unnecessary. Why choose to write about what every author chose to write about?! What is it to be man? Do boys never grow up and is the answer ever really found? Do we beat ourselves up too much under pressures of society? Seems this book has captured every true-life male role model I have ever had, including the things that I admire within myself.
The book claims you will understand yourself more by the end, but I think I came out understanding my father, my brother, my friends and my grandfathe wrote: A very interesting read, with contributions from many modern minds. The book claims you will understand yourself more by the end, but I think I came out understanding my father, my brother, my friends and my grandfathers more. But maybe in understanding them, I will begin to undersatnd myself. I think I might hand this book to whomever I may someday ask to marry and ask her to read it. Ladies, check it out; you may understand our tireless efforts towards molding ourselves.
Feb 25, Danny rated it it was ok.
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This was an odd book. I picked it up at Half Priced Books, because I read a couple of the essays and thought 'hmm, pretty interesting. The book is a compilation of essays from writers, musicians and other influential people on the different experiences of being a man and living happily. The problem is that I don't think the promise delivered.
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The hit or miss essays were so, but the c This was an odd book. The hit or miss essays were so, but the commentary from Sarah Ban Breathnach was mostly unitelligible and unnecessary. It actually detracted from the book for me.