Landmark Forum leaders Nancy Zapolski and Joe DiMaggio push boundaries and bring forth what's possible in being human in this book of essays. Juxtaposing distinctions, literary nuggets, and contemporary science with the stuff of our everyday lives, they suggest that our lives and the way we know ourselves are open to being invented.
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"Profound, yet written in plain English, these essays deal with what's possible in being human." (Michael Whalen, Emmy Award-winning composer and recording artist)
"These essays offer the kind of education and insight that allows me to tackle life's obstacles and move beyond my own limitations, releasing the true joy of being alive." (Kyra D. Gaunt, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anthropology and Black Music Studies, award-winning author)
"Landmark's ideas are so effective because they are informed by serious, probing, high-level philosophical inquiry into what human beings are capable of doing." (Michael E. Zimmerman, Ph.D., Director, Center for Humanities and the Arts, Professor of Philosophy, University of Colorado at Boulder)
This is the most insightful book I have listened to about how we as humans function.
Great to listen to the distinctions. Thanks Landmark! I look forward to the next audio book on the distinctions and the book three laws of performance
Would have rated higher if not for its minimal duration. I took Landmark Curriculum for Living program a year ago and this review was outstanding.
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