Life 101: Everything We Wish We Had Learned About Life in School--But Didn't

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Prelude Press, 1994 - Philosophy - 481 pages
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Packed with suggestions for living a more fulfilled and effective life, this book aims to cover all those important subjects people never learnt in school including the meaning of life, how to value themselves, dealing with guilt, pain, resentment and fear, the power of thought, the value of mistakes, and the power of forgiveness.

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If you're looking for a book that will help you channel your thoughts, forgive yourself and others, and think more clearly about life, pick this up. It's worth multiple reads.

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Great read, highly suggested. The typical book which can complement the reading of novels as it is built in short chapters that give food for thoughts and action plans daily. Definitely I book that will be permanently stay aside of my bed in case of "emergencies". Read full review


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Peter McWilliams, born in Detroit in 1949, attended Eastern Michigan University and Maharishi International University where he studied under Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. McWilliams writes poetry and books on personal growth. His titles include "Come Love with Me" and "Be My Life" (poetry), "Surviving the Loss of a Love," "You Can't Afford the Luxury of a Negative Thought: A Book for People With any Life-Threatening Illness," "Portraits" (a personal photographic anthology), and "How to Heal Depression.

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