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A guide to living life in the moment uses lessons learned from the dying to help the living find the most enjoyment and happiness.

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Ha surgido un problema al filtrar las opiniones justo en este momento. Vuelva a intentarlo en otro momento. Tapa blanda Compra verificada. It’s really difficult for me to adequately describe how wonderful this book is.

I had gone through severe emotional turmoil and searched for understanding and guidance for a year before I found “Life Lessons” As a consequence, I highlighted many paragraphs and sentences in this book and reread some of them daily.

When I finish with reading the book’s highlighted areas, I start over from the beginning again. This book was a lifesaver. It is absolutely non-judgmental, compassionate and inspires peace for the soul.

I cannot recommend it highly enough. When I went through the toughest break up of my life, I read this book ukbler my ekizabeth. I needed to find out what lessons could be learned from all my pain and take a fresh look at my life to see if I was going in the direction that would cultivate highest self. Reading about life lessons yelled me start to heal. I learned so much I bought it as a paperback and gave it llibros my newly ex-boyfriend so he could get the most out of our breakup as well and grow from it roes I was starting to do.

He was thankful and read it happily. We enjoyed a few conversations afterward about our takeaways. Here are some of my favorite quotes: Someone who needs to learn elizaabeth love may be married many times, or never at all. One who must wrestle with the elizsbeth of money may be kubleg none at all, or too much to count. When circumstances are at their worst, we can find our best. You maybe have a disease, but you are not your diagnosis.

You may be rich, but you are not your credit rating All these things are changeable. There is a part of you that is indefinable and changeless, that does not get lost or change with age, disease, or circumstances. There is an authenticity you were libfos with, have lived with, and will die with. This is a book you either keep easily accessible or buy electronically so you have it everywhere you go.


It’s a special gift as it’s the last book she wrote before her death in She had a stroke on Mother’s Day in that left her paralyzed and next to death’s door for many months. But she did not die. She says she’s still learning the lessons of life. God is shrewd; her head was not affected by the strokes. She can’t use her left leg and arm but she can talk and think. It’s her final lesson.

She must work on receiving, on learning to say thank you. To be nurtured rather than nurturing. Throughout her life, she gave and gave, but never learned to receive.

She must learn patience and surrender. Elizabeth says each of us has a Mother Kublre and a Hitler. The Mother Teresa is the best in us and the Hitler is the worst in us.

The goal in life is to find the best, get rid of the worst and be authentic by standing in our truth. Admitting we have the capacity to be inauthentic and carry negativity is essential so we can work on the problem and release it.

It’s not always easy to find out who we are authentically. The reality of the world is that some relationships don’t work out; there are supposed to be disagreements and disappointments. David says the grandest kind of perfection of who we are includes being honest about our dark side and imperfections. Elizabeth says the windstorms of life, makes us who we are. We are here to heal one another. Most of us spend a lot of energy keeping a lid on our unfinished business.

We want unconditional love. To be loved for who we are rather than what we do or don’t do. However, when we feel unloved, it is not because we are not receiving love; it’s because we are withholding love from ourselves and others. Love has to come from within. We can’t solve all our loved ones problems rods we can try to be there for them. In working with the dying and the living it became clear to Elizabeth and David that most of us are challenged by the same lessons: The fourteen chapters reveal the truth about theses topics, show we are put on the earth to learn the lessons, we are not alone and we are all connected.

Life Lessons: : Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, David Kessler: Libros en idiomas extranjeros

Also to watch love grow and to see how relationships enrich us. I attended one of Elizabeth’s five-day Living, Dying and Transition workshop in the early 80s. It had a profound effect on me and changed how I viewed the world. She showed us how everyone has the capacity to love others unconditionally and that it is our unfinished business that keeps us from doing so.


In her workshop she created an environment where we were encouraged to express our hurt and rage in an atmosphere of love and acceptance, so we could be done with it. Feelings were not talked about but felt. If sad, we cried; if angry, we were given a rubber hose and an old telephone book and told, “Have at it! I was amazed how angry, depressed people transformed themselves into radiant, loving persons right before my eyes. I realized in this workshop that we are all connected and that our life stories are much the same.

If you’ve read a few books by NDE peeps or Kubler-Ross’ memoir, there isn’t much new in this book as to what’s important in life. I wanted more anecdotes from people who were dying and had lessons to share versus short lectures on subjects I’m familiar with.

I absolutely adored and was riveted by Kubler-Ross’ memoir. I might read it again. I enjoyed every bit of it. The book is also written by David Kessler, and both give us a beautiful lecture about life. I honestly think that not many of us find true joy in living and life itself.

We torment ourselves with trivial everyday’s stuff but miss the big picture altogether. And if anyone understands what life is all about its the dying. They know there is no more time left to waste and they trully find peace and happiness in their lasting time here.

Through lots of anecdotes with their patients they share with us they remind us how to handle loss, anger, fear, etc.

They also give us a good lesson in relationships, love, happiness, and forgiveness among other aspects of life. Basically life is the school and those are the lessons we are here to learn and master. And above all we should always strive to find happinness, which is never found in the outside world or our circumstances, it’s something that we can find within all the time. Definitely a good read. Gana dinero con nosotros. Todos los derechos reservados.

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