Great book which is written in dialogue form or a philosopher and young man. Excellent as the questions that one would have about concepts are answered succinctly. The concepts are deep but it is clear how this can bring about a change of the world from ones eyes. Dancing with moments ❤️
This book is a dialogue between a philosopher and youth in which youth is facing a "crisis of meaning" . Kishmi illustrates a firm standpoint and simple answers for complex questions relating to meaning of life.
I have never been a fan of Freudian psychology and it was good to hear a good refutation by Adler.
Whats surprising is that why such a Gem like Adler never made it to the mainstream.
This book is great read. I would definitely recommend ...
I enjoyed the narrative between the philosopher and student in this book. It definitely challenged my views of teh world, and while you wont get a "quick fix" solution (but is there ever such a thing!). I have started to change my mindset based on the individualism concepts presented and it fits better with me.
What a fantastically told story between teacher and student, combining philosophical and psychological theory with real world practice and demonstration of how the the two can merge in the face of hurdles and adversity to an effective outcome. I highly recommend this book to anyone looking to improve their lives.
Really easy book to read and the style of the conversation helps get the ideas more easily understood. Much of it seems like commonsense and I felt I knew it but did not at the same time. Very much enjoyed it and think it will make a difference to me.
I believe that everyone should read this book. Not everyone will agree with the concepts and ideas, but I think in some way it will change everyone, even if only slightly. And that's one small step in the right direction