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Sara Kudyba Kudyba itibaren Dzibalchén, Camp., Meksika itibaren Dzibalchén, Camp., Meksika

Okuyucu Sara Kudyba Kudyba itibaren Dzibalchén, Camp., Meksika

Sara Kudyba Kudyba itibaren Dzibalchén, Camp., Meksika

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bir daha asla bir şey atmak istememeni sağlayacak. ve kullanılan her şeyi ve toplu olarak satın almak

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I bought this book after attending a talk Bravo was giving to promote the book. She's a very gifted speaker -- funny, smart, compelling, genuinely likable. She speaks quickly, like she's afraid her thoughts will get too far ahead of her tongue. I adored her. I bought the book hoping to get more of the same insight and wit, and I was a little bit disappointed. It was a bit like seeing a preview for a movie only to learn 9 bucks later that you'd already seen the only 5 minutes of good material. The format of each chapter, by the end, felt formulaic, and some of her suggestions seemed trite, complete with pneumonic devices like D.R.E.A.M. (Dare to imagine a world as it should be, Reach out, Educate yourself, Act, Multiply) But still, I liked it. She provides great anecdotes (although it strikes me as a strange tactic for someone warning against abracadabra arithmetic – thinking that one or a few equals plenty), very compelling facts and figures, and very effectively introduces a feminism centered around economic justice, starting first with those at the bottom of the socio-economic latter. I did learn quite a bit, felt validated in many things I already believed I knew, and enjoyed myself. Just as she was in person, the author is always articulate and accessible. And, as a slow reader who's never finished a work of non-fiction that wasn't assigned in a classroom, I'll tell you I finished the thing in just a couple of weeks.

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Take a triumphant trip through history. A masterfully crafted story, rich in detail, epic in scope, and warm in character, that illuminates how one can best achieve true happiness by listening to the Spirit.