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User Review  - KatieBrugger - LibraryThing

Alan Watts is my favorite writer. In clear, concise language he bridges the gap between eastern and western metaphysics. In this book he explains why we should loosen our grip on our lives, why we ... Read full review

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User Review  - gbill - LibraryThing

What can possibly be the “wisdom” of insecurity? Watts says it’s the truth that lies behind some of our deepest anxieties, the sense that there is no higher order, and no larger meaning to life ... Read full review

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User Review  - JerryColonna - LibraryThing

Breathtaking. I bought this years ago and never read it. Very few books have seemed so clear, so concise, and so clear to me. I think I'm going to recommend this to every coaching client I have. Read full review

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User Review  - HankIII - LibraryThing

Found it in a used book store; ragged and worn; was drawn by the title; a great book that offered much solace, and still does--so many inspiring gems in this one treasure chest. Read full review

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User Review  - dazzyj - LibraryThing

A stunningly lucid exploration of how we should live. Read full review


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